“We need it. We had it. And it got dismantled years ago. I’m glad the mayor has done this again.”
Self-driving cars are still developing — but worth it, Peduto tells city leaders from across the country
“The only way we make progress as a society is taking risks,” Pittsburgh’s mayor said.
Pittsburgh can prosper, regardless of feds, Peduto says.
“The calvary’s not coming, and we can’t count on the federal government to make investments in our communities.”
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