Ohio Is Building The Country’s Longest Driverless Car Ready Highway

Ohio’s banking on a $218 million “driverless car” highway to get techies out of sunny California and test their autonomous tech alongside cornfields, cows and Cedar Point.

The Fuc—ahem, Buckeye state is lining 35 miles on Route 33 with fiber-optic cables that will communicate traffic conditions, accidents and weather changes to driverless cars over a wifi network. The highway’s internet will be up by the end of September.

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