It also means Waymo will hire more people in the months ahead. As Waymo noted in a blog posted Tuesday, this is not the first time it has grown its operations in Phoenix. Waymo expanded its full-service center in Chandler last year to 60,000 square feet, a facility that houses its operations and support teams, including fleet technicians, fleet dispatch, fleet response and rider support.
and as anyone that lives in the Mountain View area know most of the cars are in Mountain View, a city where they have been pushing these cars on the roads for 7 years or so now and still don't have a service and are not even close to having a service
as much as they say the supposed Waymo One service is in effect, there is no evidence to that effect, not a single actual paying ride has ever been shown or proven to have ever taken place
GM's driverless car petition to NHTSA enters public comment phase
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is taking action on General Motors Co.'s request to put a driverless car — without a steering wheel or pedals — on public roads, advancing the Detroit automaker's petition to the public review stage.