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Lyft & Waymo To Launch Autonomous Rides In Phoenix

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Business Insider reports Lyft is deploying ten of Waymo's autonomous robo-taxis on its platform in the Phoenix area. The company announced the news Tuesday along with its first quarter earnings report. The partnership comes four months after Waymo launched Waymo One, a commercial ride-hailing product in the Phoenix. The cars are fully autonomous but employ drivers for safety precautions. In the next few months, Lyft customers in Phoenix will be able to select a Waymo vehicle in the app.

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