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Research and analysis: Public attitudes towards self-driving vehicles

Department For Transport

March 25
17:16 2020

CAV public acceptability dialogue: engagement report

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CAV public acceptability dialogue: engagement report appendices

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Research into public attitudes towards self-driving vehicles, including:

  • expectations
  • aspirations
  • concerns
  • the potential impacts on peoples travel choices, society and the environment
  • what needs to be done to make self-driving vehicles more acceptable to the public

CAV Public Acceptability Dialogue

Published 10 October 2019
Last updated 25 March 2020 +show all updates
  1. Final evaluation report - an independent evaluation of the public dialogue conducted by 3QK that reviews the dialogue processes and the impact of the work.

  2. First published.

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