Thanks to Foxconn, Wisconsin might become the first to have a special lane for vehicles with no drivers on an Interstate highway. The state D-O-T has confirmed that it’s looking at the concept, after Tim Sheehy of the Milwaukee Metro Association of Commerce spilled the beans at a meeting of the Greater Milwaukee Committee on Monday. The topic was the challenges facing the region with the building of a mega factory with up to 13-thousand employees just eight miles from downtown Racine and 20 miles from downtown Milwaukee. He said regional officials thought they were up to speed when they recommended two more lanes on I-94 near the Foxconn plant for a total of eight. But according to Sheehy, Foxconn officials were dumbstruck when they asked, “Where’s the autonomous vehicle lane?”