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Cyclist safety is personal passion for Waymo product manager Eric Deng

The global cycling community has grown throughout the pandemic, so Let’s Talk Autonomous Driving spoke with cyclist and Waymo Product Manager Eric Deng about how the Waymo Driver is designed with cyclists in mind.

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Addressing transit mobility gaps: What Waymo, Valley Metro and ASU learned from serving paratransit riders and seniors

In 2018, we shared our plans to work with Valley Metro, the Phoenix Metro area’s regional public transportation authority, to explore mobility solutions in a first-of-its-kind study that would use autonomous driving technology to complement the city’s existing transit network.

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Waymo teams up with AZCEND to deliver meals to seniors

For nearly a year, Waymo has donated its delivery services to transport more than 2,000 meals from AZCEND’s Chandler food bank to the Gilbert Senior Center.

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Malcolm Gladwell takes a ride in 'the coolest car ever made'

In the season six debut episode of the podcast Revisionist History, author and journalist Malcolm Gladwell shares his experience taking a ride with Waymo outside Phoenix, Arizona one morning.

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Bicycling in the Time of COVID

We partnered with California Bicycle Coalition to provide resources to help keep cyclists safe on our roads.

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Bay Area Mother Raises Awareness During Brain Injury Awareness Month

During brain injury awareness month, hear from Myrna Little of Support for Families of Children With Disabilities on the obstacles neurodiverse children face when it comes to mobility and independence, and how autonomous driving techonology has the potential to help.

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The Results Are In: San Francisco Weighs in on Safety, Mobility, and Autonomous Driving

In 2020, we invited San Francisco residents to complete a survey in which they shared their thoughts on traffic safety, mobility, transportation, and the challenges of living in the city. Nearly 1,000 people responded to our survey, and the results are both compelling and informative, offering nuanced insights into the issues people face on San Francisco streets on a daily basis.