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The Florida Department of Transportation and Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 12 celebrating the official launch of the state’s first self-driving testing facility.
SunTrax, under construction since November 2017, will allow researchers and students at Florida Polytechnic University to test autonomous vehicle technology.
The first phase cost $48 million and the second phase cost $152 million, the Tampa Bay Business Journal previously reported. Dallas-based Jacobs served as the lead designer.
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