Law Commission publishes analysis of consultation paper on Highly Automated Road Passenger Services (HARPS)
The Law Commissions’ automated vehicles team have shared the results from the second consultation on passenger services and public transport.
People’s responses cover some of the new challenges and opportunities arising from HARPS (Highly Automated Road Passenger Services) like creating safety standards and remote supervision of this new service. Prominent themes include the need to balance national and local governance, the importance of access to data, and to support rather than undermine mass transit.
You can find all of the published documents, including an analysis, a summary, and the full text of each response listed alphabetically on the Law Commissions website.
You can also find a copy of PACTS response to the original consultation here.