Cities Have Taken the Lead in Regulating Driverless Vehicles
While federal and state governments take a back seat, cities are driving the regulation of autonomous vehicles.
Brooks Rainwater and Nicole DuPuis
The robots haven’t invaded. Instead, they were invited.
Autonomous vehicles (AVs) will soon be commonplace on our streets, and self-driving vehicles will become an everyday reality. Everyone is now speculating on when the robots will be on our roads, but in many American cities and abroad, companies are already testing self-driving cars in real-world conditions.