SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) -A California regulator has "suspended" until June 19 an application by Waymo to expand its robotaxi services to parts of the Los Angeles area and San Francisco's peninsula, amid rising safety concerns over autonomous vehicles. The application has been "suspended for further staff review", a notification on the California Public Utilities Commission website showed on Wednesday. Waymo, which now operates in San Francisco and Phoenix, applied for the expansion on Jan 19, saying it would work with policymakers, first responders and community organizations to launch its ride-hailing service.
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