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Waymo Team Members Share Why They Personally Support MADD’s Holiday Safety Campaign

Listen to Waymo employees share why they support the MADD Tie One on For Safety campaign.

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National cycling advocate has high praise, optimism for autonomous driving technology

David Waechter, an avid cyclist and bike commuter, never expected to become an advocate for nationwide cyclist safety. Everything changed in 2014 when David, his friend Lynn and his daughter were hit by a driver while riding on a rural northern Arizona road.

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How rider feedback shapes Waymo’s fully autonomous ride-hailing service

When riders provide feedback to autonomous technology company Waymo, their input helps shape the future of a technology that could transform how people and things move around.

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MADD teams up with Waymo for the 2020 Tie One On for Safety designated driver campaign

MADD reminds everyone of the precious cargo on our roads this holiday season.

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One Man’s Vision of How Autonomous Driving Could Benefit People Who Have Disabilities

Ron is a 27-year veteran of the transit industry who spends a lot of time thinking about mobility as part of his job, but he is also a person who is blind. For the Phoenix resident, riding in an autonomous vehicle represented a future where he could move from place to place as independently as anyone else. 

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Veterans embrace the mission of autonomous driving technology

Let's Talk Self-Driving spoke with veterans in our community about autonomous driving technology and the importance of mission, connection and mobility.