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... 1 S u m m a r y This report assesses policy and planning strategies at the state, regional, and local government levels that, if implemented, could nudge private-sector choices regarding automated vehicles (AVs) and connected vehicles (CVs)
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... 2As of August 2016, eight states and the District of Columbia have enacted legislation related to AVs, beginning with Nevada in 2011 and followed by Florida and California in 2012. In 2015, 16 states introduced AV legislation, and 34 states and districts in total have considered AV legislation since 2012 (National Conference of State Legislatures 2016)
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... 3 • Pollution: Vehicles emit local and global air pollutants. When someone drives a vehicle, he or she reduces the air quality and adds to noise pollution in surrounding areas.
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... 4 2. Enact legislation to stimulate AV or CV testing.
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... 5 8. Implement location-efficient mortgages.
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... 614. Invest in CV infrastructure.

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