The State of Vermont is developing plans to road test automated cars. An online public hearing will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Oct. 15, hosted by the Vermont Traffic Committee. Go to bit.ly/AVinfo2020 to find the link to join the meeting as well as documents related to the matter.
"Joe Segale, policy, planning and research bureau director at the Vermont Agency of Transportation, on Wednesday said the Legislature passed a law in 2019 allowing automated vehicles to be tested on Vermont roads. The law directed AOT to develop guidance documents as well as a permit application and related process."
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