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We represent a diverse set of communities and interests, and we are coming together because we all share the belief that autonomous driving cars can save lives, improve independence, and create new mobility options. Join us.

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Phoenix Cyclist Safety

Sharing The Road to a Safer Future: Waymo and Cyclists Merge Pedal Power, Engineering Talent to Raise Awareness

Together with cycling safety advocacy organizations 3 Feet Please and Tempe Bicycle Action Group, Waymo hosted a 12-mile bike ride between Tempe and Phoenix to demonstrate how its technology accounts for cyclist safety.

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First Place AZ Explores How Waymo Could Help People Who Are Neurodiverse

First Place AZ is collaborating with Waymo to explore how autonomous driving technology could expand mobility for people who are neurodiverse.

Clayton's Story

A Senior and Formerly Unhoused Mechanic Tries Out Autonomous Driving

Foundation for Senior Living (FSL) is partnering with Waymo to explore how the technology could help residents like Clayton, many of whom do not drive, stay connected with their communities.

Partnered with Foundation for Senior Living

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Inclusive Waymo Tech Demo Brings Austin Community Advocates and Educators Together

Waymo hosted an interactive technology demonstration, in partnership with the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired, to expose students, school administration and members of the broader Austin community to autonomous driving technology.

May 9, 2023

Best Buddies Bonding: How Autonomous Vehicle Technology Connects People With Different Abilities

Through a collaboration with Best Buddies International, a nonprofit volunteer organization, Waymo explores how its autonomous driving technology could impact the lives of people with intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD).

March 28, 2023

‘Defensive Driving Principles Were Embedded Into the Code’: Safety Experts on Waymo

For more than a century, the National Safety Council (NSC) has raised awareness about workplace and roadway safety. Learn what the partnership with Waymo means for the future of mobility safety and how the organizations are working together toward zero fatalities.

March 14, 2023

Partnered with National Safety Council