Australian officials take a major step forward in preparing for automated vehicles, drawing up plans for national law reforms over the next 12 months. The Transport and Infrastructure Council, made up of federal, state and territory ministers, have agreed to series of reform initiatives designed to facilitate increased testing of automated vehicles. The reforms also are intended to ensure increased confidence in the safe performance of the vehicles under Australian conditions, provide ...

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