Uber’s driverless tech pilot program has come to an end in Arizona.
On Monday, the governor of Arizona, Douglas A. Ducey, told Uber in a letter that the state will suspend Uber’s license to test autonomous vehicles on Arizona’s public roads.
The decision comes a week after an Uber driverless car hit and killed Elaine Herzberg in Tempe, Arizona. Herzberg was pushing a bike over a roadway, outside of a crosswalk, when she was hit; based on a video of the incident, neither the car nor the safety driver behind the wheel seem to have reacted.
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Author: Stan Schroeder
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