Tiny cars may solve big transportation problem

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Tiny cars may help solve a very big problem in transportation. “The first mile/last mile challenge”  is an issue that says you can only take a bus or train so far. But then how do you get to your final destination, when it’s not an easy walk away?

One Chicago area company is hoping it has an affordable and environmentally friendly solution: Tiny cars that may soon drive themselves.

Little Dash Cars are 100-percent all electric vehicles that come from a Burr Ridge company called Innova.  They are in Itasca as part of a pilot program.

WGN’s Sarah Jindra has the details.

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