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Waymo’s Accessibility Work with Advocates Recognized by U.S. Department of Transportation

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Waymo Partners with United Cerebral Palsy to Advance Support for Latinx People with Disabilities

Waymo and United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) are partnering to host a major conference dedicated to supporting Latinx people with disabilities, the first known conference of its kind.

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Waymo Partners with San Francisco Nonprofits to Deliver School Supplies and Backpacks to Students

In San Francisco, where the United Way Bay Area (UWBA) Backpack Drive is in full swing, autonomous driving company Waymo has partnered with UWBA to help deliver the donated supplies to students who need them.

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Lifting Voices of our Partners During Disability Pride Month

July is a time to celebrate the history and the future of a community of people who shatter stigmas with their societal contributions. While we celebrated the 32nd anniversary of the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) this month, there are still many innovations to be made, legislation to be passed, and communities to grow to keep improving the lives of those within the disability community. 

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ONE Community is first LGBTQ+ group to join Waymo-led public education campaign

Let’s Talk Autonomous Driving welcomed ONE Community as the newest partner in its Waymo-led national public education campaign to foster dialogue about how fully autonomous driving technology could provide a safe new mobility option and connect communities.

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Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona and Waymo Team up to Raise Awareness About Epilepsy

Approximately 77,000 people in Arizona have epilepsy, one of the most common neurological conditions in the world, according to the Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona.

For children like Travis who may or may not be able to get their license one day, Anderson said autonomous driving technology could give them another safe mobility option.

Blind College Student Travels Independently with Waymo One

Ethan Roberts, a Phoenix college student who is legally blind, has embraced Waymo One, making his life and all its destinations – like going to classes and hanging out with friends at the mall – a lot more accessible.