Cruise in October will begin testing what it says is “the world’s first purpose-built, wheelchair accessible, self-driving vehicle.”
Robotaxi backlash is intensifying against Waymo and Cruise just as self-driving vehicles begin to gain real traction in San Francisco after years of development.
General Motors’ Cruise autonomous vehicle unit has agreed to cut its fleet of San Francisco robotaxis in half as authorities investigate two recent crashes in the city.August 19, 2023
A Cruise robotaxi collided with a firetruck late Aug. 17 in San Francisco, injuring the vehicle’s passenger.
San Francisco asked California regulators Aug. 16 to halt its approval of Cruise’s and Waymo’s unrestricted commercial expansion in the city, arguing the city “will suffer serious harm.”
SAN FRANCISCO — California regulators on Aug. 10 approved an expansion that will allow robotaxi services Waymo and Cruise to operate throughout San Francisco at all hours.
SAN FRANCISCO — California regulators are poised to decide whether robotaxi services Cruise and Waymo can provide around-the-clock rides throughout San Francisco.
Cruise, which offers a driverless ride-hailing service in San Francisco, now has a patch with the company logo on the shoulder of San Francisco Giants players' jerseys.