Toyota announces site for autonomous vehicle tests too dangerous for public roads
The company will begin upgrading an existing 60-acre facility in Michigan this October.
California may soon allow free test rides in unmanned autonomous vehicles
A recent proposal by the state's public utility regulator would permit companies to conduct tests using volunteers.
California now allows testing of fully autonomous vehicles
There won't be any truly driver-free cars on the roads for a while, but cities are eager to see what challenges they might bring.
California publishes revised autonomous vehicle regulations, highlights federal authority
The state clarifies how manufacturers must notify local authorities before testing and cedes development and enforcement of safety standards to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
No occupant required: State legislation rushes self-driving vehicle tech forward
Colorado, California and Michigan are pushing out new laws and rules that are ushering in the most transformative transportation technology since the automobile itself.