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Redefine how you move around Phoenix

Tap. Ride. Relax.

From Encanto Park to Desert Ridge, Waymo One is your new favorite way to get around. Download the Waymo One app and enjoy your next ride in an all-electric Jaguar I-PACE, with no human behind the steering wheel.

Waymo One app on a smart phone

How it works

Where you can go

Waymo One currently operates 24/7 across 315 square miles of Metro Phoenix. Let the Waymo Driver take the wheel from Downtown Phoenix, to Scottsdale, to the East Valley.

Territory map covering parts of Downtown Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, and Chandler.
Territory map covering parts of Downtown Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, and Chandler.
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Waymo vehicle in Downtown Phoenix
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The Waymo Driver is our autonomous driving technology with unmatched experience and safety at heart

  • 20 Million Miles

    The Waymo Driver has over 20 million miles of real-world driving experience through countless situations - the equivalent of driving to the Moon and back 40 times.

  • Safety First

    We follow a rigorous safety framework that combines multiple methods that help verify and validate our safety readiness and meet applicable laws and regulations.

  • Tens of thousands of riders

    We’ve tested for over a decade in more than ten states, and today we are safely operating a fully autonomous, publicly available ride-hailing service in Phoenix, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.

Thank you to our community partners

Learn more about how Waymo partners with the communities where we operate

  • Social Spin partner in front of Waymo vehicle
    Social Spin Foundation Logo

    In partnership with Social Spin, we deliver clean laundry to Arizonans in transitional housing free-of-charge

  • Waymo vehicle in front of Diamondbacks field
    Waymo and Arizona Diamondbacks logo

    Waymo is proud to be the Official Autonomous Vehicle of the Arizona Diamondbacks

  • Child on bicycle
    Phoenix Children's logo

    Waymo partners with Phoenix Children’s on child passenger safety awareness

  • Best Buddies partner at booth
    Best Buddies Logo

    Waymo is a proud sponsor of the Arizona Best Buddies Friendship Walk, supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD)

  • ONE Community partners
    One Community Logo

    ONE Community is a coalition of Arizona businesses, organizations, and individuals supporting diversity, inclusion and equity for all Arizonans


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    Hands holding smart phone

    How do I sign up to ride in the Metro Phoenix Territory?

    Anyone in Metro Phoenix can take an autonomous ride today. Simply download the Waymo One app to use our autonomous ride-hailing service today!

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    Where do you operate locally?

    Our Metro Phoenix territory currently includes parts of Downtown Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, and Chandler. For more details see our service map.

  • Is it safe to be near 
the lidar sensors on your vehicle?

    Yes, the light is not hazardous. The low level of emissions falls under Class 1 limits and is essentially in the same category as lasers used in household appliances such as CD and DVD players.

  • Waymo vehicle charging
    Waymo vehicle charging

    What is the climate impact of your vehicles?

    We use the fully-electric Jaguar I-PACE in Phoenix, and the chargers that we use are powered with 100% renewable energy.

  • Waymo vehicle from above
    Waymo vehicle from above

    What safety 
measures do you employ?

    We follow a rigorous safety framework that combines multiple methods that help verify and validate our safety readiness and meet applicable laws and regulations. We’re dedicated to providing safe rides to our passengers.

  • Cyclist

    How do your cars know how to share the road with cyclists?

    Many of us are cyclists ourselves, and our personal experiences on the road help shape our engineering and product decisions. We also work with local bicycle coalitions to make sure our testing and validation procedures account for a diverse range of scenarios. Our vehicles are equipped with a combination of sensors designed to see 360 degrees around the vehicle, day and night, and our vision system can identify details like pedestrians and stop signs up to 500 meters away. Vehicles driven by the Waymo Driver all share the same behavior — safe, courteous, reliable — which removes a lot of the uncertainty for those around them. Making sure all road users feel safe is a top priority for us.

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    Can the cars be hacked?

    Protection against hacking is a key priority, which is why we have multiple layers of security designed to prevent unauthorized sources from accessing our autonomous driving system. Steering, braking, and controllers are isolated from outside communication. The onboard computer that maintains responsibility for the driving task at all times is shielded from wireless networks. When our vehicles communicate with our fleet response team, all cellular connections are encrypted. And we’re constantly evolving our technology to help ensure we have secure protections to provide a safe ride.

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    Waymo sensor pod on top of vehicle

    What do you do with the camera footage you collect?

    The cameras on the exterior of the vehicle are used to help the Waymo Driver see and improve its ability to safely navigate the road. Cameras within the vehicle are a way for us to make sure your ride goes smoothly. Among other things, we may use cameras to: make sure cars are clean, find lost items, provide help in case of emergency, check that in-car rules are being followed, and improve products and services.