GMs Cruise Automation Delays Robotaxi Service Roadshow

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The delay was announced by the companys CEO Dan Ammann in a lengthy blog post that revealed new details about its plan to eventually deploy in San Francisco. He did say San Francisco residents should expect to see a lot more of its self driving vehicles on the road. Cruise was one of the last remaining holdouts and had one of the most aggressive timelines among companies hoping to deploy a commercial self driving vehicle service. Cruise already has 24 DC fast chargers in San Francisco 22 of which are located in the citys Embarcadero neighborhood. cruise will miss its goal of launching a large driving taxi service in. Previously GM executives told investors that its autonomous ride hailing service would be open to the public by the end of this year. Waymo is still testing its fully driverless vehicles without safety drivers on public roads but not as part of its commercial ride hailing service. Those workers are currently beta like app. Cruise Automation will delay the deployment of its AV fleet as part of a ride hailing service the company announced in a Medium post on Wednesday. Cruise has already showed off the vehicle it intends to use in its ride hailing system

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