TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Web-Only Document 253: Implications of Connected and Automated Driving Systems, Vol. 2: State Legal and Regulatory Audit assists state agencies as they work to adapt their legal programs to reflect the realities of Connected and Automated Driving Systems (C/ADSs)—a term that in this report encompasses both vehicle connectivity and an Automated Driving System. The study highlights dozens of state code provisions that may need modification or clarification to reduce ambiguity and uncertainty as they apply to C/ADSs.
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Table of Contents
|Chapter 1. Introduction||1-5|
|Chapter 2. Background||6-9|
|Chapter 3. Method||10-16|
|Chapter 4. Findings and Analysis||17-88|
|Chapter 5. Opportunities for Anticipatory Legal Planning and Recommendations||89-110|
|Chapter 6. Conclusion||111-111|
|Appendix 1: State Statute Examples||112-180|
|Appendix 2: Triggers Used to Identify Problematic State Provisions||181-182|
|Appendix 3: Acronyms, Definitions, and Assumptions||183-189|
|Appendix 4: DOT Traffic Control and Design Element Modifications||190-195|
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