self-driving cars

How autonomous-vehicle companies and cities have learned to work together

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Self-driving cars and delivery bots are becoming more advanced, but are cities and their residents ready for them?

Cruise to launch unmanned self-driving cars in San Francisco this year

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General Motors President Dan Ammann said his company will be the first to put unmanned self-driving vehicles on the roads of a major U.S. city.

Researchers propose industry standard 'cyber infrastructure' for autonomous vehicles

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University of North Texas researchers are developing new technical frameworks to help AVs share data and contribute to what they call "cooperative perception."

Hawaii OKs autonomous vehicles for public roads

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Hawaii Gov. David Ige last week signed legislation that approves the testing of autonomous vehicles on state roads through at least 2023.

New autonomous vehicle map shows on-road test sites

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration launched a new online map this week, designed to spur public interest in autonomous vehicles and encourage intergovernmental collaboration.

Michigan plans 40-mile autonomous vehicle research corridor

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A stretch of highway outside of Detroit will become a new test bed for connected and autonomous vehicle research and the site of 12 "opportunity zones" in an economic development project.

Uber wins approval to test self-driving cars in California

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The ride-hailing company is ramping back up on autonomous vehicle testing after a collision in March 2018 that killed a pedestrian.

AV standards 'insufficient' for manufacturers, agency heads say

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Autonomous vehicles need federal safety standards more stringent than an existing patchwork of inconsistent state regulations, U.S. transportation officials told the Senate Commerce Committee.

Ohio cities sign up to be autonomous-vehicle testing grounds

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Columbus, Athens, Dublin and Marysville entered agreements with the state to open their roads and infrastructure to self-driving and connected cars.

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