PHOENIX (AP) - People in Tempe could find themselves in a driverless car, as Uber has begun testing its self-driving cars in Arizona.
Tempe Uber users now have the option to use a self-driving car by requesting an UberX through the app. Gov. Doug Ducey welcomed the program by taking a ride on Tuesday.
If a rider wants a traditional, driver-controlled Uber, they can cancel their ride and re-request.
All self-driving cars will have a human behind the wheel to monitor the trip.
Uber moved its self-driving program to Arizona after driverless cars were banned from California roads over lack of required permits.