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Meet our partners.
We are proud to support a wide network of safety, mobility and community organizations and highlight their expertise with our community.
Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona
National Council for Independent Living
National Federation of the Blind
United Spinal Association
Students Against Destructive Decisions
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
Alex and Kelly of NSC
Leaders from the National Safety Council, a leading safety advocacy organization in the U.S., explain why they believe fully self-driving technology has the potential to help reduce road fatalities.
Partnered with National Safety Council
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.
September 10, 2020
In the U.S., many cities are piloting ways to reduce and slow the flow of vehicle traffic. Cities in California and Oregon have developed “slow street” corridors that emphasize exercise, community connection, and safety over congestion, speeding, and pollution.
September 3, 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.
August 31, 2020