By: H. Grey.
Ride-sharing company Uber put its self-driving vehicles back onto Pittsburgh’s streets Monday after they were pulled following an accident involving one in Arizona.
According to the Incline, Pittsburgh city officials spoke with Uber officials, where they offered to give them the results of the accident in Arizona.
Pittsburgh officials and Uber told the Incline they are committed “to keep lines of communication open should further traffic incidents happen here or elsewhere.”
The autonomous vehicles were also supposed to be back on Arizona’s streets on Monday.
The crash in Arizona occurred when another vehicle failed to yield and hit the Uber, putting it on its side.
The Incline reports that Pittsburgh city officials said there have been no reportable incidents with the self-driving vehicles.