Foxconn Technology Group’s plans for the use of driverless vehicles to move thousands of workers a day at its sprawling campus in Racine County highlights the growing attractiveness of a technology that could shape the future of transportation.

The Taiwan-based company, which is planning to construct a $10 billion manufacturing plant in Mount Pleasant, has told Wisconsin officials that it wants roads with technological innovations, including those that can ferry workers and cargo in autonomous vehicles to its facilities east of I-94.

Wisconsin officials previously acknowledged Foxconn’s interest in seeing such lanes on I-94 for driverless vehicles to move supplies between Milwaukee’s Mitchell International Airport and the factory. Read the full story here.