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Local Roadmaps for Autonomous Vehicles: Guidance for High-Impact, Low-Cost Policy Strategies

verfasst von : William Riggs

Erschienen in: Road Vehicle Automation 8

Verlag: Springer International Publishing

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Abstract

This chapter focuses on local policy roadmaps. While a significant body of policy has been developed at the national and state levels, very little policy work has identified policy for local government. In this context, this chapter reviews state of technology and policy development and offers potential policy concepts for local government. Suggestions from a workshop are offered and then dialogued in a structured format. This yields ideas for high-impact, low-cost policy solutions that can help cities better prepare for automation.
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Titel
Local Roadmaps for Autonomous Vehicles: Guidance for High-Impact, Low-Cost Policy Strategies
verfasst von
William Riggs
Copyright-Jahr
2022
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-80063-5_5