Michigan mobility council targets cybersecurity, liability laws

The state's 21-member council focused on advancing Michigan's mobility industry is calling on the state to identify and amend laws to prepare for autonomous vehicles.

The Michigan Council on Future Mobility, which was created in conjunction with an autonomous vehicle bill passed in December 2016, recommends Michigan maintain its national leadership position in the field of mobility by creating a public-private framework for vehicle cybersecurity as well as studying and addressing liability and insurance risks associated with autonomous vehicles.

The council made its recommendations public Monday after presenting them to Gov. Rick Snyder.

Signup for Email Alerts