We work closely with the SFPD on how to interact with our vehicles, including a dedicated phone number for them to call in situations like this.— cruise (@Cruise) April 10, 2022
Cruise, the driverless spin-off from General Motors, said on Tuesday that it’s about to offer public robot-taxi rides in its San Francisco hometown soon — “within weeks, not months.”In a first for San Francisco, Cruise’s public rides will be fully driverless, with no back-up driver behind the wheel. It has been giving rides to its own employees sans backup driver since November, and has been test-driving truly driverless cars here since December 2020.
I’m ready to open my doors to you, San Francisco (actually, you’ll need to do that yourself - but I’ll totally unlock it for you!) If you’re in the city and want to take a fully driverless ride with me or one of my friends, sign up at https://t.co/oZxlE4Di0Z https://t.co/nvybrVDv2Z— Poppy the Cruise AV (@poppytheav) February 1, 2022