1. § 229-800-1 - Definitions
  2. § 229-800-2 - Commission on Autonomous Vehicles: Membership and Duties Related to the Autonomous Vehicle Pilot Program
  3. § 229-800-3 - Application Process
  4. § 229-800-4 - Testing Authorization Process
  5. § 229-800-5 - Suspension or Revocation of Authorization to Conduct a Pilot Project
  6. § 229-800-6 - Data Reporting
  7. § 229-800-7 - Crash Reporting
  8. § 229-800-8 - Report from the Commissioner

Current through 2021-51, December 22, 2021

Summary: H.P. 1204 - L.D. 1724, a RESOLVE, "To establish the Commission on Autonomous Vehicles and To Allow the Testing, Demonstration and Deployment of Automated Driving Systems," (hereinafter referred to as "the Resolve") was enacted by the 128th Maine Legislature in April 2018. Section 2 of the Resolve states that, "...the Commissioner of Transportation shall adopt rules, in consultation with the Department of Public Safety and the Department of the Secretary of State, to establish a process to evaluate and authorize an autonomous vehicle tester to demonstrate and deploy for testing purposes an automated driving system on a public way." These rules describe the Autonomous Vehicle Pilot Project Program and the process by which an autonomous vehicle tester may apply to demonstrate and deploy an automated driving system on a public way in the state of Maine for testing purposes. These rules are intended to ensure, to the greatest extent possible, the safe and lawful conduct of autonomous vehicle Pilot Projects undertaken in Maine.


April 1, 2020, filing 2020-062

STATUTORY AUTHORITY: Resolve 2018 Chapter 46 H.P. 1204 - L.D. 1724; 23 M.R.S §52

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