The restructuring is the search giant’s latest move to ramp up business amid challenges from emerging domestic rivals.
Chinese self-driving companies are in search of driving data, a critical component to commercialize the industry.
Regulators will allow driverless vehicle tests along 135 kilometers of the city’s public roads.
Changsha and Guangzhou are the two major Chinese cities aiming to rise above the rest in the country’s AV race.
The nearly 150-page document covers 12 areas including cybersecurity, driver-vehicle handovers, data recording, and component failures.
The Chinese search engine giant seeks to increase its self-driving advantages in the country’s EV consumption boom.