The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is working to get its vehicles off the road in Nebraska, where the agency is facing a record number of road crashes.
The agency said it will begin to phase out the state’s old “road-only” policy, which was in place for many years before it was shut down by a lawsuit filed by Nebraska Gov.
The new policy is designed to improve safety and cut the number of crashes.
The Nebraska policy was designed to cut the toll of crashes in the state by 80 percent and cut traffic fatalities by 50 percent over the course of four years.
However, it was a disaster.
The federal government estimated in 2014 that the state would see an estimated 967,000 crashes per year because of the policy, and an additional 628,000 people would be killed.
The policy has been criticized by some legislators and some in the public safety community, including Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb.
The new policy has had mixed reviews from some in Nebraska and across the country.
On Tuesday, the Nebraska Republican Senate voted to repeal the “road only” policy.
However the bill also includes provisions to encourage the use of driverless cars, including provisions that would allow the agency to hire drivers.
The measure would also allow the state to require the testing of drivers for drugs and alcohol.
“There’s a lot of skepticism around it,” said Tom Ritter, a spokesman for Sasse.
“The Nebraska Republican Party has been working with Gov.
Ricketts to get this done.”
The new Nebraska policy would have required the state and the federal government to jointly fund research on driverless vehicles.
However this would be subject to a federal court order to ensure that the research and testing was carried out in a manner that is fair to the states, the states have argued.
“We know that in other states there are very serious safety issues around driverless technology,” said Jeffery Siegel, a senior policy analyst for the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy.
While the federal agency has funded a number of studies on driverlessness, the most recent, which has just been released, has found that driverless vehicle adoption has been limited.
The report said the federal federal government had allocated $3.8 billion for driverless technologies in 2020.