Mcity: connected and automated vehicles in a mock city

Mcity is a 32-acre (13 ha) mock city built for testing wirelessly connected and driver-less cars.

University of Michigan North Campus in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

The project, which officially opened on July 20, 2015, is built on land purchased by the university from a former Pfizer facility.

Mcity at the University of Michigan is leading the transition to connected and automated vehicles. Home to world-renowned researchers, a one-of-a-kind test facility, and on-road deployments, Mcity brings together industry, government, and academia to improve transportation safety, sustainability, and accessibility for the benefit of society.


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