London Mayor Boris Johnson: Driverless Tube in 10 years


Driverless trains could be running on the London Underground within the next decade, Conservative London Mayor Boris Johnson has said.

Mr Johnson, who is standing for re-election in May, said if returned to office he would not buy new Tube trains with drivers' cabs.

The Green, Lib Dem and Labour candidates said the mayor did not look at fare costs but focused on "vanity projects".

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