POLITICO’s Driverless Cars: Who’s Making Sure They’re Safe?


WHEN: Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018 @ 11:30AM ET
WHERE: The Walter E. Washington Convention Center ROOM #102 (801 Mt Vernon Place NW)

As the United States prepares for a mass autonomous-vehicle deployment that will transform the transportation landscape, policymakers are racing to figure out how to regulate vehicles that are themselves drivers. States are putting forth a wide array of approaches to regulating this new era of driving.

Join POLITICO at the 2018 Washington Auto Show as we convene a panel discussion to approaches to autonomous vehicle regulation, addressing such questions as: How can federal and state governments work in tandem to regulate autonomous vehicles?

This event is free of charge. All registered attendees will gain full access to attend The Washington Auto Show on Jan. 25.

FEATURED SPEAKERS:
HILARY CAIN, Director of Technology and Innovation Policy, Toyota North America
HEIDI KING, Deputy Administrator, National Highway Traffic Safety Authority
GOV. RICK SNYDER (R-Mich.)
RICHARD THRELFALL, Partner and Global Head of Infrastructure, KPMG International

MODERATOR:
TANYA SNYDER, Transportation Reporter, POLITICO

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This event is presented by: Planet M / Michigan Economic Development Corporation

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