Lyft is doubling down on its self-driving car program.
The ride-hailing company announced Thursday that it’s partnered with GoMentum Station, which is a largest secure testing facility for autonomous vehicles in the country. Lyft said the partnership means it can speed up its timeline to bring its cars to the public.
“At Lyft, we believe in a future where self-driving cars make transportation safer and more accessible to everyone,” Luc Vincent, Lyft’s vice president of engineering, said in a statement. “By partnering with GoMentum Station, we’re able to test our self-driving systems in a secure facility and advance our technology in an efficient way.”
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