Last month, Waymo, a sister company of Google, began testing its self-driving vehicles in San Francisco. Neighbors on one dead-end street realized they were seeing a lot of the cars for no apparent reason. Wilson Walker has the story.
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Published: 2021-10-16 09:38 am
Self-driving Waymo cars pile up on dead-end San Francisco street
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