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Waymo becomes first company to launch driverless ride-hailing to public

The company shut down its service earlier this year because of the pandemic. But “we expect to reach and exceed that volume as we ramp back up,” Barna said. Previously,…

Waymo is going fully driverless with its service in Phoenix

Waymo is now offering a fully-driverless ride-hailing service in the Phoenix area, where the Alphabet company has been piloting its business since 2018. The fully-driverless option will apply to a…

Drone truck startup Einride unveils new driverless vehicles for autonomous freight hauling

Einride, the Swedish autonomous trucking startup, unveiled a new vehicle type that the company hopes to have on the road delivering freight starting in 2021. The vehicles, dubbed Autonomous Electric…

Singapore hopes to take its driverless ambitions to the public

Aerial view of the Centre of Excellence for Testing & Research of Autonomous Vehicles (Cetran) in Singapore. Courtesy of Nanyang Technological University SINGAPORE — The buggy takes off on the…

Driverless Trucking Not Slowing Down But The Ride Is Getting Bumpier

Warning! Bumps ahead! getty Continuing my multi-part series on the recent Automated Vehicles Symposium, my most recent article provided an overview and key take-aways for the broader industry. Established in…