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May 13, 2024

GM’s Cruise to begin autonomous vehicle testing in Phoenix

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  • Cruise, General Motors' (GM's) self-driving vehicle subsidiary, has resumed testing its autonomous vehicles in Phoenix, Arizona. Two self-driving cars with human safety operators at the wheel have been introduced and eight more vehicles will be driven manually in the area to gather data.

  • The company is currently verifying its technology to meet specific safety and performance standards, and it plans to extend testing to other suburbs around Phoenix, such as Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Tempe, Mesa, Gilbert, and Chandler.

  • Analyst QuickTake: Following an incident in San Francisco where a pedestrian was injured by one of its robotaxis in October 2023, which led to the suspension of its nationwide operations, Cruise has redirected its operational focus to Phoenix, leaving its activities in San Francisco at a standstill. This move came after Californian authorities revoked the company's permits for autonomous testing and deployment in the state.

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