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These Carnegie Mellon students want self-driving cars to help underserved areas of Pittsburgh access public transit
The class will give its policy recommendations to city council later this year.
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Can the jobs created by autonomous cars make up for the ones they’ll destroy?
Since the companies won’t tell us, we need your help.
Changes are happening to the current fleet, too — like a move to one vehicle operator.
Uber recently said it hit the million-miles mark for its autonomous cars — and that each mile helps make the fleet safer.
The robot car wasn’t in self-driving mode during the crash, police said.
No ride required — but you only have until the end of Hunger Action Month to help out.
The mayor is optimistic about Pittsburgh’s five self-driving car companies’ commitment to the community.
Sure, Pittsburgh’s hills and bridges were appealing for testing. But we also have four seasons.
The trio met in Mayor Bill Peduto’s office.
Two are at the state level and one would be federal.
No, you can’t tip the robot cars.