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Arizona streets open to self-driving cars

State leaders saw opening as California pulled back

By GABRIELLE COPPOLA, RYAN BEENE and DANA HULL BLOOMBERG NEWS

This article was published March 25, 2018 at 2:14 a.m.

Investigators examine the self-driving Uber SUV that struck and killed a woman last week in Tempe, Ariz., in this photo provided by the National Transportation Safety Board.

An Uber Technologies Inc. Volvo self-driving sports utility vehicle sits on the road after a high-impact crash in Tempe, Ariz., in March of 2017, a ye...

The technology behind autonomous vehicles has originated from coders in Silicon Valley, engineers in Detroit and academic researchers in Pittsburgh. Much of it eventually lands on the streets of Arizona, a state that's done more than any other to welcome tests of unproven self-driving software to public roads.

An Uber Technologies Inc. Volvo self-driving sports utility vehicle sits on the road after a high-impact crash in Tempe, Ariz., in March of 2017, a ye...

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