We're imagining a better future where we're all connected.
Meet our partners.
We are proud to support a wide network of safety, mobility and community organizations and highlight their expertise with our community.
National Council for Independent Living
National Federation of the Blind
United Spinal Association
Special Olympics Arizona
Arizona Council of the Blind
Greater Good Charities
Brennan has epilepsy. Hear how autonomous vehicles could be life changing for his independence.
Partnered with Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona
Brian suffered a slow loss of vision that took away his ability to drive. Fully self-driving technology could one day help people like him retain their mobility and independence.
Partnered with Foundation for Senior Living
AAA School Safety Patrol
Students from the AAA School Safety Patrol program at Martin Elementary School in San Francisco made a visit to Waymo’s closed-course testing facility to see fully self-driving cars in action. Here’s what they had to say.
Partnered with AAA Northern California, Nevada & Utah
Engineers Point to Opportunities for Including People with Disabilities in Autonomous Driving Research and Development
Dr. Rory Cooper remembers when the idea of autonomous vehicles first crossed his radar. It was 1994. Engineers were exploring how innovations like intelligent highways and lane-following technology could make roadways and vehicles safer. Cooper, an engineer, had just founded the Human Engineering Research Laboratories (HERL) at the University of Pittsburgh to research ways to increase mobility for people with disabilities.
October 22, 2021
Every year, new teenage drivers get behind the wheel for the first time. If you’re a parent, this can be an exciting and scary achievement. Getting a driver’s license is a step toward independence, but driving-related crashes remain the leading cause of death for teenagers. How can we keep teen drivers safe on the road?
October 20, 2021
Partnered with Students Against Destructive Decisions
Let’s Talk Autonomous Driving is pleased to welcome United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) as a national partner in our public education campaign.
October 7, 2021
Partnered with United Cerebral Palsy