SEARUB

18051
From 2019 to 2020
The main objective of this study was to provide the European Commission and other public authorities with insights on the effects that the deployment of driver assistance, partial, and full automation will have on the behaviour of all road users in traffic, in particular for drivers of motor vehicles, and asses the consequences of this deployment for EU policy and relevant legislation.
The specific objective was to identify and recommend those actions which need to be implemented to address the consequences referred to previously, in particular the adaptations of the current EU and national legal frameworks for traffic rules, driving licenses, and the training of professional drivers that would be required as a result. TML did a literature review and provided a training for professional drivers.

Period

From 2019 to 2020

Client

European Commission - DG MOVE

Our team

Sven Maerivoet, Bart Ons
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