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This Week in AVs: Connectivity Trials Come to New York; Uber Report Seeks to Mend Fences With Regulators; and More
SAFE's weekly roundup of the top news in autonomous vehicle innovation and deployment.
New York is considering measures that would block TNCs from adding new drivers. According to Lyft, 25 percent of drivers leave the network every year, which could leave the TNCs unable to meet demand if the cap is implemented.
Congestion fees have a number of both pros and cons, and are controversial for city planners and transportation service providers. They can be effective in the goal of reducing gridlock, but they also raise the cost of travel and limit access.