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The Four Policy Areas That Cities Must Address To Make The Autonomous Era People-Centric; AVs Positively Last-Century Bugs; And Robo-Race Car Sets World Record On Speed.
Since at least the 15th century, the era's dominant mode of transportation has always had a way of exerting itself,
United States
8 Oct 2019
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The Driverless Commute: Autonomous Vehicles: US Legal And Regulatory Landscape
Making a car drive itself is hard. Remaining compliant while doing it is harder still, thanks to government stakeholders advancing new, complex and sometimes conflicting regulatory frameworks in every corner of the country.
United States
16 Aug 2019
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Autonomous Vehicles: US Legal And Regulatory Landscape
Alabama has no laws or regulations concerning autonomous passenger vehicles. However, the state has passed legislation concerning autonomous truck platooning.
United States
16 Aug 2019
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The Driverless Commute: Urban Planning Nightmares With AV Deployment; AV Industry's Diversity And Inclusion Crisis; And How Bogus Satellite Data Could Hack An AVs Operation.
Cities were once highly compact, walkable places that blended residences and workplaces and where people commanded primacy. Then the car came along.
United States
13 Aug 2019
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The Driverless Commute: VW And Ford To Partner On AVs, Latest In Long String Of Tie-Ups; 11 Companies Unveil Safety-As-Design Principles, Offering Closest Thing To Industry Standard; And Lyft Tests Its Cars On Blind Passengers
Volkswagen and Ford, one-time rivals fast sobering to the costs and difficulty of engineering next-generation cars, said Friday they would pool resources in the development of autonomous vehicles.
United States
9 Aug 2019
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The Driverless Commute: GM, Like Waymo Before It, Missed An AV Deadline, But What Does It Mean For The Industry Going Forward?; Tension Building Between AV, Transit Advocates
As the unit economics of driverless cars continue to spiral, the industry has been forced to soul-search its group psychology: move fast and break things because if you ain't first, you're last.
United States
1 Aug 2019
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The Driverless Commute In Wardsauto: Biggest Roadblock To Autonomous Vehicles Isn't Technology
The Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards need to be reworked or overhauled if autonomous vehicles are going to reach their full potential.
United States
30 Jul 2019
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The Driverless Commute: Apple Stuns With Drive.AI Acquisition; Did Florida Go Too Far In New AV Bill?; Toyota Throws In With Baidu's Apollo Project; And Waymo Rolls Out Limited Partnership With Lyft In Arizona
Apple, the famously secretive consumer electronics giant, said this week it had acquired self-driving startup Drive.AI, whose human-robot interaction systems and deep-learning approach
United States
25 Jul 2019
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The Driverless Commute: Finally Out Of Dark Days Of Early 2000s, Do Airlines Need To Be Scared Of AV Disruption Threat?; Florida OKs Fully Self-Driving Cars; And The Long List Of New Tie-Ups And Break-Ups
The years that followed the September 11, 2001 terror attacks were uniquely challenging for airlines, but consolidation, cheap fuel and savvy management finally delivered some much-need ballast to the industry...
United States
24 Jul 2019
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Federal Autonomous Vehicle Bill Moves Closer To Passage
Federal autonomous vehicle legislation, previously stalled in the Senate, is revving its engine after Republican senators struck a deal with the American Association for Justice (AAJ) in an effort to secure outstanding Democratic votes.
United States
12 Dec 2018
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Autonomous Vehicles Start Act Legislative Update
Bracing for a chaotic four-week period during which Republicans hope to clear the legislative decks before unified GOP control expires at year's end, lawmakers returned to Washington Tuesday to the sound of a fast-ticking lame duck clock.
United States
21 Nov 2018
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Smart Transportation & Infrastructure Challenges
When it comes to transportation infrastructure in our country's largest cities, we all agree that our cash-strapped transit grids are bad, and traffic is worse.
United States
18 Oct 2018
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Crossover Day Countdown For Transit Reform, Criminal Justice Reform, And Distracted Driving
The Georgia General Assembly will enter on Monday one of the session's most turbulent periods, a half-way point scramble by which all bills must have cleared their originating chamber...
United States
28 Feb 2018
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Transit Reform Inches Forward In Ga. General Assembly
Speaker David Ralston is backing a Republican transit reform package that would reshape transportation services throughout metropolitan Atlanta, signaling the much-anticipated measure should at least get a vote in the House.
United States
23 Feb 2018
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Congress And Executive Branch Continue Momentum Toward Bipartisan Federal Policies On Autonomous Vehicles
A week after the House of Representatives passed sweeping autonomous vehicle (AV) legislation, the Senate and the Trump administration both moved forward on AV policy initiatives this week...
United States
21 Sep 2017
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House Passes Regulatory Regime For Autonomous Vehicles Debate Moves To Senate
Yesterday, the US House of Representatives passed H.R. 3388, the Safely Ensuring Lives Future Development and Research In Vehicle Evolution (SELF Drive) Act.
United States
14 Sep 2017
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US Congress Poised To Adopt Regulatory Regime For Autonomous Vehicles
The chairmen of the House and Senate Energy and Commerce committees have begun sketching the basic contours of a new regulatory regime to govern the safe testing and operation of driverless cars...
United States
17 Jul 2017
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Feds Give Green Light, Unroll Red Tape For Autonomous Vehicles
Federal transportation regulators have given the green light to autonomous vehicles, accelerating an already brisk race among technologists and car manufacturers to remove human operators from the driver's seat.
United States
12 Oct 2016
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Georgia Weekly Legislative Update - February 16, 2016
A state senator known for her work on child welfare issues has introduced legislation to regulate the operation of fantasy sports.
United States
18 Feb 2016
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Georgia Legislative Session Preview
Dentons' State Government Affairs team examines a battery of local third-rail issues on tap when the Georgia General Assembly convenes January 11.
United States
12 Jan 2016
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