Uber did not immediately respond to Fox News for comment.
Uber executives have said self-driving auto technology is a key to the company's future.
"There certainly will be calls to stop all autonomous vehicles testing, not just Uber's program", Tomer said in a post on the institution's website.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and local business supporters are not happy with The Guardian newspaper, which reported on Wednesday that he and Uber "kept [Uber's] self-driving program secret, emails reveal".
In that same 2015 executive order, Gov. Ducey also mandated the creation of the "Self-Driving Vehicle Oversight Committee", whose goal was to "advise... pertinent agencies how best to advance the testing and operation of self-driving vehicles on public roads".
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Uber had been testing its self-driving cars in states across the US including Arizona, California, Pennsylvania and also in Toronto.
"Dara and I both know all of you have been through a lot of change, and that is not easy", Meyhofer wrote in the email obtained by Bloomberg.
Uber, which had already suspended operations on its own, said it would "keep a dialogue open" with Arizona. Her death is being considered as one of the first fatalities involving a self-driving auto.
Uber tested about 29 vehicles in California at one time, whereas it gathered data from roughly 200 vehicles across Arizona, California, Ontario, and Pennsylvania. The governor's office said it provided the emails to the newspaper in September. "As governor, my top priority is public safety". On Tuesday, Uber informed the California Department of Motor Vehicles that it would not renew its license to operate self-driving vehicles in the state.
It is unclear why Uber scaled back on the number of sensors, but in a statement made in response to the report, an Uber spokeswoman said, "We believe that technology has the power to make transportation safer than ever before and recognize our responsibility to contribute to safety in our communities". While the full ramifications of this incident continue to evolve, this cessation of testing will likely slow development by companies other than Uber as well.