Uber has a plan to completely transform your city

In September, Uber launched a small fleet of driverless Ford cars  in Pittsburgh, which a select number of users could hail. By the end of 2016, the city aims to pilot 100 of Uber’s autonomous vehicles (manufactured by Volvo).
Alex Pazuchanics, a policy advisor for the City of Pittsburgh who’s overseeing the Uber project, tells Business Insider that it’s now normal to see robotic Ubers roaming around downtown Pittsburgh and its surrounding neighborhoods.