Uber is once again testing self-driving vehicles in Pittsburgh, nine months after suspending the tests of the vehicles following a fatal accident. 

Uber is testing a small number of cars within Pittsburgh's Strip District that will go no faster than 25 mph, according to The New York Times. It also is planning on testing autonomous vehicles in Toronto and San Francisco. 

Uber had previously been testing vehicles in those markets as well as Tempe, Ariz., where one of the vehicles killed a pedestrian in March, prompting the tests' suspension.
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Source: Business Travel News

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