Designed with SF at heart.
Fully autonomous rides have arrived in San Francisco. Experience a new first.
With millions of miles of testing and feedback from local riders, we’ve designed the Waymo Driver for a city that we are proud to call home.
Select public riders can use our autonomous ride-hailing service to get around parts of San Francisco. Download the Waymo One app today to join the waitlist and be one of the first to experience fully autonomous rides in our all-electric, Jaguar I-PACE vehicles with just the tap of a button.
The Waymo Driver is our autonomous driving technology with unmatched experience and safety at its heart
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
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’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 Metro Phoenix - the latest step in safely bringing this technology to more people and places
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Thank you to our community partners
We’re building a safer Driver for everyone
We are proud to lead Let's Talk Autonomous Driving - a public education initiative with a diverse set of partners who share the belief that autonomous driving technology can save lives, improve independence, and create new mobility options.
Frequently asked questions
- How do I sign up to ride in SF?
- What safety measures do you employ?
- Is it safe to be near the lidar sensors on your vehicles?
- What is the climate impact of your vehicles?
- Where do you operate locally?
- Can your cars be hacked?
- How do your cars know how to share the road with cyclists?
- What do you do with the camera footage you collect?
Contact us with questions or local partnership opportunities
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