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Autonomous Vehicles Will Test Public Safety

Ensuring driver and pedestrian safety and regulating a still nascent technology are among the top issues of concern covered in a new report about autonomous vehicles from the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices.

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Trump Reform Plan Would Privatize USPS

The reform plan argues that a private entity would be able to raise money for new vehicles and other improvements instead of burdening taxpayers.

Trump Floats Tariffs on Imported Vehicles, Parts

President Donald Trump has ordered an investigation to determine whether to impose new tariffs on imported light-duty vehicles and parts following a tweet promising "big news" for the auto industry.

Ohio Paves Way for Autonomous Vehicle Testing

Ohio Gov. John Kasich is opening public roads in the state to autonomous vehicle testing in a bid to make Ohio a hub for smart vehicle technology.

Hawaii Bill Aims to Safeguard Against Drugged Driving

A bill championed by Hawaii's Gov. David Ige aims to ensure that driving under the influence of marijuana remains illegal and would also broaden the scope of drugs that cause impairment, reports Honolulu Civil Beat.

Groups Pressure Senate Leaders to Halt Autonomous Car Bill

A coalition of 27 public interest groups is asking congressional leaders to reconsider legislation that would stimulate the development and deployment of self-driving vehicles.

Vehicle Logistics Leader Aspires to be Georgia’s First Female Lt. Gov.

Sarah Riggs Amico plans to take her boardroom strategy to Georgia’s Gold Dome and deliver the results that other politicians have merely promised.

Maryland May Crack Down on Repeat DUIs

Driving while intoxicated would become a felony after a third offense in Maryland under leglislation proposed on Jan. 22 by Gov. Larry Hogan.

Infrastructure Funding Will Take Courage From Trump, Congress: AAA

AAA's top executive is calling on President Trump and Congress to put the nation’s disintegrating transportation infrastructure ahead of partisan politics, and spell out funding sources to upgrade the nation's highways.

Trump's Call for More Infrastructure Spending Scant on Funding Details

President Trump has upped the ante by requesting Congress to craft a bipartisan bill that “generates” at least $1.5 trillion to invest in infrastructure.