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Support future EU regulations related to the transition to automated driving

16.12.2019

VVA, together with TNO, DLR, ITS Leeds and TML have been contracted by the European Commission, DG for Mobility and Transport (MOVE), to carry out a study under contract reference MOVE C2 2018-55, to look into a number of specific issues, including the legal, economic and business issues related to impacts of automation on road user behaviour and performance.

The primary objective of the study ‘Automated Driving: Study on the effects of automation on road user behaviour and performance’ is to provide strategic and practical advice to the European Commission General Directorate DG MOVE on the policy actions required to address disruptive digital developments, in particular, the transition to automated driving and its effects on road users’ behaviour and performance.

A survey has been prepared for stakeholders to provide input from external. Support future EU regulations related to the transition to automated driving by participating at the anonymous survey which takes approximately 8 minutes to fill in. Please submit it before 15 January 2020.

You can access the survey through this link:

https://www.surveygizmo.eu/s3/90192042/DG-MOVE-Study-on-the-effects-of-automation-on-road-user

If you have any remarks or questions in relation, don’t hesitate to contact CCAM-EU-Consultation@tno.nl

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