Lyft and Uber are mum on whether quiet rides are coming to Pittsburgh — and the irony’s not lost here
“I kind of think of myself as the modern day hairdresser or bartender,” one Pittsburgh driver said.
“At first I was questioning humanity a little bit," said the company's CEO, "and then I realized it was just a small group of people."
If you're seeing more from the ride sharing company, you're not alone.
ISO: A Pikachu painting, a box of wine and a rainbow teddy bear.
If you haven't been in an autonomous Uber yet, now's your chance to ask questions.
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Uber recently said it hit the million-miles mark for its autonomous cars — and that each mile helps make the fleet safer.