Automation of the Driving Task: Some possible consequences and governance challenges
|Date of Publication||20 July 2017|
|Number of Pages||40|
|Publication Type||Discussion Paper|
UCL Centre for Transport Studies, London, UK
Clémence Cavoli UCL Centre for Transport Studies, London, UK
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