New legislation permitting driverless vehicles on Pennsylvania's public roads has been signed into law

Human drivers in Pennsylvania may soon see self-driving cars without anyone inside of them while on public roads following new state legislation signed into law in early November.

With the stroke of Gov. Tom Wolf's pen, House Bill 2398 has now become law following months of negotiations and the bulk of it will take effect in July 2023. Late last month, the bi-partisan bill passed the House with a vote of 119-79 in favor after making its way through the Senate with a vote of 29-20 in favor.

Read more about the new legislation and its impacts here.