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Meanwhile, Councilwoman Darlene Harris is apparently eyeing entering the race.
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.
But get ready for even more edits to the bill first.
That depends on what’s considered a trade secret.
PennDOT plans to respond to every comment.
And how you could get your self-driving cars into a testing zone or onto Pa. highways.
An application to U.S. DOT also touted support from Mayor Bill Peduto and other local officials.
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?
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.