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By Sheryl Gross-Glaser

Automated Vehicles: States Engage in Nationwide Conversation

States are currently deploying a range of approaches and pilot projects to incorporate AV technology in response to varying needs. This spring update examines state AV legislative activity and the potential consequences for CTAA members. Such legislation can be divided into three types:

  • Establishing committees to study different aspects of AV operations and legal rules;
  • Restricting AV operations on public roads; and
  • Allowing truck platooning.
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