Lyft and Dublin-based autonomous technology maker Aptiv are teaming up to deploy a fleet of 30 self-driving BMWs in Las Vegas.

Starting May 3, passengers will be able to hail a self-driving BMW 5 Series Aptiv vehicle using the Lyft app from specified locations throughout the city, where human safety drivers will oversee operations and take over when driving on private property.

“With Aptiv’s autonomous driving technology deployed throughout Las Vegas and broadly accessible through the Lyft app, a wide range of consumers will be able to share the experience of autonomous vehicles in a complex urban environment,” said Kevin Clark, Aptiv president and chief executive officer.

“More importantly, the resulting knowledge and data will allow us to further refine our autonomous driving capabilities and strengthen our portfolio of industry-leading active safety solutions.”

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The equipped BMWs will feature backseat tablets with route information, with rides themselves collecting data used to develop proficiencies in all types of driving scenarios.

During January’s CES 2018, Aptiv and Lyft also launched a pilot, completing than 400 self-driving rides to attendees across the Las Vegas Strip using human safety drivers. The average rating across all rides was 4.99 out of five stars.