Side-by-Side Comparison of House and Senate Autonomous Vehicle Bills

Side-by-Side Comparison of House and Senate Autonomous Vehicle Bills

October 06, 2017  | Greg Rogers

October 6, 2017

The ETW staff have completed a 22-page side-by-side analysis of our summary of the House autonomous vehicle regulation bill (H.R. 3388, the SELF DRIVE Act) as passed by the House last month and the Senate bill (S. 1885, the AV START Act) as amended and then approved in the Senate Commerce Committee earlier this week.

The document can be viewed and downloaded  in the Eno Transportation Library here.

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