Mayor Bill Peduto signed an executive order Monday.
Help us keep tracking autonomous vehicles in the new year.
The company announced big changes and new safety measures in advance.
Help us keep tracking autonomous vehicles around town.
Police said a box truck ran a red light and hit the vehicle.
It was a busy year for autonomous vehicles, but will the new year top 2017?
Tracking self-driving cars in the 'Burgh.
Keep helping us map the expansion of autonomous cars in the Pittsburgh area.
Can the jobs created by autonomous cars make up for the ones they’ll destroy?
Since the companies won't tell us, we need your help.
The post-agenda meeting is 1:30 p.m. Monday.
The mayor is optimistic about Pittsburgh's five self-driving car companies' commitment to the community.
“The self-driving industry, lawmakers, and civic organizations need to work together to educate and inform the public about self-driving vehicles.”
But don't expect to see a draft just yet.
CMU and Pitt can't graduate 'em fast enough.
"Usual aggressive [human] drivers" have made us wary of law-abiding self-driving cars.