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Washington goes slow on self-driving cars, and states don't mind

from Roll Call

The federal Transportation Department and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have so far offered only guidance and requested autonomous vehicle developers to submit voluntary safety self-assessments. And despite high-profile bills in both chambers during the 115th Congress, federal lawmakers have yet to enact an autonomous vehicle law, leaving states as the primary forces shaping policy. But while the nonbinding guidance from the federal government has been encouraging for state-level policymakers, there is a sense among some that as countries like Japan and Singapore move forward with testing, it's important for U.S. leaders to show they value the technology as well. more


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