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A Safer, More Connected Future for Cities: Phoenix Architect Experiences First Waymo Ride

Oscar De las salas, an architect at Gensler in Phoenix, constantly thinking about the future of cities and was excited to take his first ride with Waymo One, which is now serving more than 225 square miles in Phoenix.

Oscar de la Salas walking in front of a "Phoenix" mural

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Sarah Wilson, executive director of Harvest Home, standing outside in Santa Monica next to a parked Waymo One vehicle

LA Advocates for Women Say Waymo Could Offer a Safe, Reliable Transportation Option

Nonprofits leaders believe Waymo’s technology could offer a safe, reliable transportation option for women in Los Angeles.

Waymo delivers lunch to schools as part of partnership with Million Dollar Teacher Project

Waymo and Million Dollar Teacher Project Partner to Charge up Teachers at Title I Phoenix Schools

Waymo has partnered with Million Dollar Teacher Project to support the organization’s “Take a Teacher to Lunch” program and celebrate teachers at Title I schools across Metro Phoenix.

Climate Change and Transit: Rethinking our Cities for a Greener Future

Climate Change and Transit: Rethinking our Cities for a Greener Future

The Places You'll Go: Tempe Pride

Driving Inclusion: Tempe Business Owner Rides with Waymo to City’s First Pride Party

June 3, 2023 was a day with two major milestones for Gabe Hagen, founder and owner of Brick Road Coffee in Tempe, Arizona. Gabe attended the inaugural Tempe Pride Party, and he rode there in a Waymo autonomous vehicle. 

Best Buddies Bonding

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).

National Safety Council rides with Waymo One

‘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.