Self-driving startup Deeproute is offering autonomous ride-sharing services in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, the company announced Monday. The ride-hailing pilot is the city’s first and will operate with a fleet of 20 robocars on around 124 miles of public roads. The company said its testing vehicles have driven over 1.24 million miles in four cities and reported no accidents. [Deeproute press release, in Chinese]