American AV stakeholders urge need for top-down regulatory approach

US stakeholders hope that a proactive White House will pave the way to uniform autonomous vehicle regulation across the 50 states. By Jack Hunsley

On paper, the US is an ideal location for autonomous vehicle (AV) development. Not only does it have an array of world-leading automakers but its Silicon Valley provides a potent mixture of computing technical excellence and vast capital backing. But is it making the most of this advantage?

Special report: Autonomous vehicle regulation

As more AV efforts transition from pilot programmes to real-world deployment, concerns are growing that the US approach to AV regulation is lagging.

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