After coronavirus shutdown, Lyft's self-driving cars will pick up passengers again

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The company paused its autonomous taxi program, which only operates in Las Vegas, in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. Starting Thursday, the fleet will be picking up passengers again. Before the shutdown, Lyft's cars had completed more than 100,000 autonomous trips.

The sensor- and camera-loaded BMWs have a new logo and branding. That's because Lyft's autonomous driving partner Aptiv rebranded over the summer after it combined forces with Hyundai. It's now known as Motional.

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