Friday, January 15, 2016

U.S. Proposes Spending $4 Billion to Encourage Driverless Cars - WSJ

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"The Obama administration is proposing to spend nearly $4 billion in a decade to accelerate the acceptance of driverless cars on U.S. roads and curb traffic fatalities and travel delays.

The proposal, which would require congressional approval, aims to have federal regulators work with auto makers and others to craft policies and rules for vehicles that can move without a driver at the wheel. It also would set up pilot programs for testing “connected vehicles” that talk to one another to avoid crashes under the $3.9 billion budget proposal."
U.S. Proposes Spending $4 Billion to Encourage Driverless Cars - WSJ
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