Apollo Go, a Baidu-owned autonomous ride-hailing platform, has received approval from local government permits to offer a self-driving commercial robotaxi service in the Pingshan district of China’s economic hub Shenzhen, the platform announced Thursday. The driving route covers several core areas of the Pingshan district, according to the announcement. Users can take a taxi via the Apollo Go app or the mini-program. Beijing-based tech giant Baidu already offers fully driverless ride-hailing services in certain districts of Beijing, Wuhan, and Chongqing. The platform noted that it has conducted small-scale fully autonomous driving experience activities in Pingshan, while the local government has pledged further support for Baidu to operate driverless commercial robotaxis in the region.[Apollo Go, in Chinese]