Lithuania

Testing infrastructure

Lithuania government signed in 2018 a cooperation letter with Poland to cooperate on technical, legal and policy conditions of the cross-border connected and automated corridor Via-Baltica. In addition to this, in cooperation with Estonia and Latvia, Lithuania is creating a 5G network for this corridor.

Procedure description

Although a few self-driving vehicle tests have been carried out in Lithuania, the Ministry of Transport and Communications is working on a regulation for the use of autonomous cars. An official procedure, in form of an amendment to National Traffic Law, to permit international manufacturers perform testing in public roads is still being developed. When published, it is expected to be found in the Ministry website.

Organization in charge

Ministry of Transport and Communications of Republic of Lithuania.

Contact information

Waiting for information by the responsible organizations for this country.

Link to procedure website

https://sumin.lrv.lt/en/

Link to Documents

Waiting for information by the responsible organizations for this country.

Further Comments

In November 2017, a Navya Arma self-driving car was the first test of an autonomous vehicle in Lithuania.

https://sumin.lrv.lt/en/news/new-technology-of-remotely-operated-vehicle-application-coming-to-lithuania-presented

https://sumin.lrv.lt/en/news/lithuania-and-poland-to-cooperate-inducing-autonomous-driving-on-the-highway-via-baltica

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