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... 7 Introduction Vehicles that are increasingly automated and connected have the potential to transform the country's transportation paradigm by providing significant safety and efficiency benefits to many modes of travel, and they could have significant environmental and land use impacts. Just as passive safety systems (e.g., airbags and seat belts)
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... 8Several original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have indicated that they failed to find the value in Level 3 automation compared to the cost to develop (Visnic 2016)
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... 9 The federal government has played a significant role in supporting the research, development, and piloting of CV technology. The USDOT Connected Vehicle Safety Pilot Program sought to demonstrate that DSRC-based CV technology was ready for large-scale deployments.
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... 10 (National Conference of State Legislatures 2016)

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