Federal self-driving legislation set in motionJuly 24
The legislation borrows heavily from the wish list of automakers and tech companies that want leeway to operate on highways without being tied too closely to rules designed for vehicles controlled by humans.
Lyft outlines self-driving car plans after earlier partnershipsJuly 21
First Shift: New push to clear the air in EuropeJuly 21
Driverless shuttles tested in Paris in training for U.S. pushJuly 20
U.S. House panel approves broad proposal on self-driving carsJuly 19
U.S. House panel sets vote on self-driving car billJuly 18
A House subcommittee will vote on Wednesday on a sweeping proposal to allow automakers to deploy up to 100,000 self-driving vehicles without meeting existing auto safety standards and bar states from imposing autonomous car rules.
GM joins other automakers investing in self-driving startup NautoJuly 19
Audi confident new A8 will hold lead in race to offer Level 3 drivingJuly 19
Audi believes it will be the first automaker to launch a self-driving car even though its first model with that capability, the new A8, still needs to undergo lengthy government approvals that could allow a competitor to pass the automaker in the race to market.
Autonomous shuttle producer plans operation in MichiganJuly 18
China's Baidu taps Microsoft to extend autonomous reachJuly 18
Tesla driver denies Autopilot system caused Minnesota crashJuly 17
The driver of a Tesla vehicle involved in a Minnesota crash denied that its Autopilot system caused the incident. Tesla said it had "no reason to believe that Autopilot ... worked other than as designed."