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Charlie's Story

Knocking it Out of the Park: Teen Athlete with Cerebral Palsy Shares How Waymo Could Help Families with CP

Charlie Duffy, a high school softball player with cerebral palsy, shares how Waymo's autonomous driving technology can offer a promise of safety and greater independence for families served by United Cerebral Palsy.

Partnered with United Cerebral Palsy

The Arc San Francisco

Partnership Between Waymo and The Arc San Francisco Shines Light on Importance of Freedom of Mobility for Adults With Disabilities

As part of its work to continually expand clients’ choices and access to opportunities, The Arc San Francisco is working with Waymo to understand how its service could support autonomy and independence for adults with disabilities.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

MADD and Waymo Partner to Make Roads Safer for the Holidays

Nearly half of all fatalities during six weeks between Thanksgiving Eve and New Year’s Day are caused by impaired driving. This is the 36th year of Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s Tie One on for Safety campaign that invites the public to display red ribbons, decals or magnets on their vehicles to remind people to have a plan to get home safely during the holidays.

Partnered with Mothers Against Drunk Driving

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‘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

‘AVs could drive road deaths to zero’: Governors Highway Safety Association leaders ride with Waymo

The Governors Highway Safety Association is partnering with Waymo to build acceptance and awareness about all potential road safety solutions, including autonomous driving, that could save lives.

March 7, 2023

Partnered with Governors Highway Safety Association

For These Seniors, Trying New Things is Never Old. That's Why They Rode with Waymo.

For senior citizens who live at Mirabella at ASU, Waymo autonomous driving technology offers a new means to stay connected and travel safely.

January 27, 2023