SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- There have been new developments with San Francisco-based Cruise.
The robo-taxi company is pausing all operations -- including manually-driven cars -- on public roads across the country.
This is an expansion of last month's pause of driverless operations.
In a blog post, Cruise said about 70 cars will be affected.
This is an effort to "rebuild public trust" as the company undergoes a full safety review.
Just last week, Cruise's parent company, General Motors, announced it was recalling 950 robotaxis.
That came after a crash in October, involving a Cruise car that dragged a pedestrian in San Francisco.
GM said the cars need to have updated software.
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