Beverly Hills Could Drive Autonomous Vehicle Revolution

Law360, New York (June 1, 2016, 11:39 AM EDT) -- Beverly Hills is known for its swanky stores and hotels with first-class service. But for your next visit, the driver of your shuttle might be a software program.

While you weren't looking, the 5.7-square-mile minicity near Los Angeles reinvented itself as a tech leader. In 2015, Google named it an eCity, saying it has the strongest online business community in California. And last month, the Beverly Hills City Council unanimously passed a resolution to develop a fleet of municipal driverless shuttles, putting the city on track to likely become the first U.S. city with such a service.

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