With more and more companies dedicating themselves to build autonomous cars, states are also getting serious about self driving technologies and are coming up with legislation to regulate such vehicles. Ohio is an another such state which has now decided to allow testing of self driving cars on its street.
Ohio will be dedicating its I-90 corridor as a testing ground for self-driving vehicles. Its governor, John Kasich has recently announced that his upcoming budget will include its funding for the same purpose.
Kasich has also announced a $45 million investment in the Transportation Research Center – an automotive testing facility northwest of Columbus.