State lawmakers listened to more than three hours of testimony this morning. We wrote this so you don’t have to.
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“Usual aggressive [human] drivers” have made us wary of law-abiding self-driving cars.
Have YOU been in a self-driving car?
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You could be next to one of their self-driving SUVs and not even know it.
Here’s what Pennsylvanians asked the state task force about those robot cars.
The mayor is feeling positive about this latest self-driving car deal.
Argo AI, which expects to add 200 jobs by the end of this year, is headquartered in the city.
The ride-sharing company is reminding you where you went (or should have gone) last year.
It’s a point-for-point defense of the company’s actions.
Peduto on Uber’s relationship with Pittsburgh: ‘I can only guess that they are trying to make 2017 better than 2016’
The mayor spoke to The Incline about his disappointment in the company’s CEO following #DeleteUber.
“I need to see more interest from them in our communities, both locally and internationally,” Peduto said.
The company will fund the Women’s Center & Shelter’s 2018 transportation budget.
That depends on what’s considered a trade secret.
PennDOT plans to respond to every comment.