“The contractors are trying to get the jobs done as soon as they can.”
“The self-driving industry, lawmakers, and civic organizations need to work together to educate and inform the public about self-driving vehicles.”
Don’t expect it to be a setback, experts say.
State lawmakers listened to more than three hours of testimony this morning. We wrote this so you don’t have to.
More passenger trains from Pittsburgh to Harrisburg? State legislators and advocates are still pushing
A resolution asks the state to study the cost of infrastructure updates needed to make additional service possible.
A human might not have to be behind the wheel of a self-driving car anymore, per this proposed Pa. bill
And other takeaways from the legislation introduced by 10 senators on Friday
Good, bad, neutral: The advocacy organization is taking it all into consideration.
Here’s what Pennsylvanians asked the state task force about those robot cars.
Never put your cellphone down again!
But get ready for even more edits to the bill first.
That depends on what’s considered a trade secret.
PennDOT plans to respond to every comment.
And how you could get your self-driving cars into a testing zone or onto Pa. highways.
It’s pop quiz time.
Will there also be Feats of Strength … ?
“We’re not going to wake up one day and 100 percent of vehicles on our roads will be automated.”
Uber: Use ‘a simple, effective policy’ before Pa. task force plan on self-driving car testing becomes official
One official wants a new definition of driver, fewer demos to go to PennDOT and less data collection by the state.