Harvard Think-Tank Releases Latest Research On The Safety Of Autonomous Vehicles

A newly released research report entitled “Developing Urban Mobility Policy in Response to Autonomous Vehicles” has been posted by the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) via the Taubman Center for State and Local Government. Doing so under the auspices of their Autonomous Vehicles Policy Initiative (AVPI) program, this latest paper is part of an ongoing and overarching analysis that explores the practical and pragmatic considerations underlying the implementation of AVs at the city, state, and federal government levels…

In addition to the in-depth research and instructional efforts, the AVPI is also known for undertaking intense policy scrums that bring together governmental policymakers with AV experts, policy analysts, and legal experts. These are exhilarating face-to-face interactive sessions that immerse the participants into candid and quite fruitful dialogue about how to prudently and proactively cope with emerging AVs and self-driving efforts within their respective communities.