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Inquiry status: concluded
This inquiry examines how the UK Government can address developments in motoring technology, notably alternative fuels, safety improvements and driver aids.
On 30 July 2014 the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills announced measures to facilitate the introduction of driverless vehicles on UK roads from January 2015. Dr Vince Cable MP announced a £10 million competition where cities can bid to become a test location for driverless vehicles. Ministers also launched a review into road regulation to "establish how the UK can remain at the forefront of driverless car technology" and ensure regulation is appropriate for testing driverless cars in the UK.
Transport Committee publish report on motoring of the future
Motoring of the future report to be published on Friday 6 March
This is the fourth and final session for motoring of the future inquiry
The session is likely to focus on how new safety technologies will affect road users, pedestrians and insurers
Transport Commitee holds evidence session on Monday 3 November 2014
The Transport Committee hears evidence on Monday 20 October
This inquiry will examine how the UK Government can address developments in motoring technology, notably alternative fuels, safety improvements and driver aids
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