Post Register: Yellowstone Goes High-Tech: Park To Experiment With Self-Driven Shuttles To Fight Traffic Congestion

Yellowstone National Park road congestion has grown to grizzly proportions.

Wildlife jams can back traffic up a mile, and some popular roads and attractions in the park hit nearly 30% above capacity in mid-summer. Officials are looking for answers.

Next spring, the park will test self-driving, automated mini-shuttles in Canyon Village and explore using other shuttles possibly originating at Old Faithful and Canyon Village to trim congestion in the most popular areas.

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