Uber, Lyft and the challenges of competing with taxis in Pennsylvania’s second-largest city. “Follow this” to have updates on ridesharing in Pittsburgh sent directly to your inbox. Be sure to sign up for news about driverless vehicles, too.
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And how you could get your self-driving cars into a testing zone or onto Pa. highways.
CMU, hills and tunnels: Why PennDOT says Pittsburgh should be a ‘proving ground’ for automated vehicles
An application to U.S. DOT also touted support from Mayor Bill Peduto and other local officials.
Use these deals for your holiday travels.
Uber is packing up its self-driving vehicles and going to Arizona.
It’s pop quiz time.
You’re welcome, West Coast. Enjoy the Volvos.
“We’re not going to wake up one day and 100 percent of vehicles on our roads will be automated.”
So what’s next?
The ride-sharing company released its guidelines — basically the “Golden Rule” — on Thursday.
Uber: Use ‘a simple, effective policy’ before Pa. task force plan on self-driving car testing becomes official
One official wants a new definition of driver, fewer demos to go to PennDOT and less data collection by the state.
Give your feedback during an online forum from 7 to 8 p.m. Dec. 12.
Students may not have their handbooks. But they have a smartphone.