ROAD SAFETY NEWS OF THE WEEK
Last week, Lyft geared up to fully integrate bicycle and scooter sharing into its app. Additionally, federal safety regulators are delaying work on crafting guidelines for the testing and operation of autonomous vehicles on U.S. roads and pushing the issue back to the states. Check out these and other top news stories in our Road Safety News of the Week.*
- How GM Plans to Revolutionize Consumer Use of Autonomous Driving Technology While Keeping You Focused at the Wheel
GM will place Super Cruise technology into all Cadillac models in 2020. With hands-free technology, Super Cruise aims to shift drivers away from relying solely on autonomous driving technology and more toward driver awareness.
- Lyft Outlines Bike and Scooter Plans
On the heels of its acquisition of bike-share company Motivate, Lyft is gearing up to fully integrate bicycle and scooter sharing into its app. Lyft is also investing $1 million to advance transportation equity to people in underserved communities.
- Data for Democracy Works to Expand Its Crash Risk Model Nationwide
Data for Democracy, a community of volunteer technologists that create data-driven projects aimed at improving society, plans to expand their crash risk analytics model to multiple cities.
- Too Soon to Regulate Autonomous Vehicles: NHTSA
Federal safety regulators are delaying work on crafting guidelines for the testing and operation of autonomous vehicles on the nation’s roads and pushing the issue back to the states.
* The opinions expressed in the articles are for informational purposes and do not necessarily reflect TSR and its members’ views.