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Automated vehicles (AVs) could completely transform mobility networks, dramatically improve safety, reduce emissions, and provide access and mobility to underserved parts of society. The proliferation of AVs could also lead to more suburban sprawl, congestion, greenhouse gas emissions, and higher costs. Putting the right public policy in place now will help ensure that the transportation system of the future is safer, equitable, and more efficient. The goal of federal- and state-level governments should be to ensure public safety, to provide a consistent framework for developers, and to create an environment where rules can adapt to unknown future outcomes. Join the Eno Center for Transportation for a webinar on our report, “Beyond Speculation 2.0: Automated vehicles and Public Policy,” where we’ll review the current state of development for AVs and discuss recommendations for responsibly testing AVs on public roads.
Alice Grossman, PhD, Senior Policy Analyst, Eno Center for Transportation
Paul Lewis, Vice President, Policy and Finance, Eno Center for Transportation