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Mobility Policy and Regulation – Finding the Imperfect Solution

“Mobility Disruption” was one of the main pillars at this year’s Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Mackinac Policy Conference, that attracted 1,700 business and political leaders.  A common theme of  “The Mobility State: Perspectives on Policy and Regulation” panel discussion last week was that there is a huge gap between connected and autonomous driving technology … Continue reading this entry

Autonomous Cars...When?

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Self-driving, autonomous or semi-autonomous vehicles seem everywhere, yet nowhere. Here at the Dashboard, we seem to never stop writing about them or the issues associated with them. For example, here, here, here, and here – and all those articles were in the last few months. If you were at CES, you would be excused for … Continue reading this entry

Auto Industry Rooting for More Federal Legislation?

Any industry pushing for more regulation is a rarity.  But auto industry representatives are urging lawmakers to create more federal regulation for self-driving cars. The belief is that federal laws will provide more consistency  and encourage (rather than hinder) innovation as compared to “patchy” state laws. The industry is supporting legislation that would preempt state … Continue reading this entry

Congress Faces Tough Questions on the Road to Governing Self-Driving Cars

Jay Leno – himself a consummate car guy – once quipped: “A new study published by The British Medical Journal found that inactivity can kill you.  I mean, these are the kinds of findings that just scare the hell out of Congress.”… Continue reading this entry