Self-driving cars will begin testing in Tucson

Tucson, Arizona. (KGUN) — has announced plans to test self-driving cars with safety drivers in Tucson.

“We are delighted to welcome to Tucson as the next site for their autonomous vehicle pilot,” said Tucson Mayor Regina Romero. “Our city is known as a hub for innovation and smart technology, and now we have a unique opportunity to partner with to test new technologies that can help us create safer streets.”

The company will partner with Pima Community College and have a location in the Center for Automotive Technology and Innovation on its downtown campus.

“Tucson is fast becoming a leading city for tech startups and smart city technology, and is excited to expand our business here,” said James Peng, co-founder and CEO of We would like to thank Mayor Romero, the City of Tucson, Sun Corridor, ADOT, and others who made our expansion into Tucson so smooth. “

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