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Advocates Share What People Who Are Blind Want from Autonomous Driving Technology

Waymo is taking steps to make autonomous driving technology and ride-hailing services more accessible to low-vision passengers.

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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.

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AAPD Scorecard: Vehicle Accessibility is Improving, but Much Work Remains

As part of AAPD’s ongoing effort and in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the organization released the results of its first Automobile Accessibility Scorecard, which tracks the progress automotive companies are making toward the design and production of accessible vehicles.

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Female leaders in mobility join inaugural Self-Driven Women event

The virtual panel discussion, entitled Self-Driven Women, was moderated by Waymo COO Tekedra Mawakana on August 26, Women’s Equality Day, and also featured Michelle Avary, head of automotive and autonomous mobility at the World Economic Forum, and Raquel Urtasun, chief scientist at Uber ATG.

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Micromobility is Big: What Cities Are Learning from Cycling Advocates in 2020

With many people now working from home, transportation habits have changed during COVID-19. Micromobility is no exception. Representatives from bikeshare and scooter companies shared insights from their data on device usage over the past few months of lockdown.