Plans for driverless cross-border truck route


The Central North American Trade Corridor Association met recently to look into setting up an autonomous vehicle corridor along Route 83, which runs north-south through Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota Driverless-truck-corridorand North Dakota and continues into Manitoba.
Trucks hauling cargo from Canada through the United States to Mexico and back navigate border crossings without the need for passports, visas or even a driver to steer them.
The group is working with the Canadian government, the Mexican government and the United States, to create some kind of automated way to streamline border crossings. So what happens to all those truck drivers?

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