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Kyle Vogt, steps out of the new Cruise Origin, at the unveiling of the new, fully autonomous passenger vehicle in San Francisco, Calif., on Tuesday, January 21, 2020

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Looking to get a ride around town without the human driver interaction? A company called Cruise, which offers a driverless rideshare experience, announced plans bring their automated vehicles to H-Town, with plans to later add the service in Dallas.

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Cruise Chief Executive Kyle Vogt confirmed the news last week. The company began operating its driver-less rideshares in San Francisco last summer and promotes itself as a “safe way to travel at night.”

“It’s not secret that night can range from being an intimidating to deadly time to get around,” VP of Product Oliver Cameron wrote in a March blog post. “Whether it’s finding a ride at all, sharing the road with dangerous drivers, or safely getting to your doorstep, nighttime transportation needs dramatic improvement.