the commute

the road trip

the night out


last mile transportation


With Waymo in the driver’s seat, we can begin to reimagine many different types of transportation, from ride-hailing and logistics, to public transport and personal vehicles.

Our transportation service will continue to grow and expand beyond Phoenix. We'll also continue to apply our experience to testing self-driving trucks.

When fully self-driving vehicles become part of people's everyday routine, we can move closer to our goal of making transportation safe and easy for everyone.

The world's first premium electric self-driving vehicle

Waymo and Jaguar have partnered to develop the world's first fully self-driving Jaguar I-PACE. Testing began in 2018.

In the next few years, we'll add up to 20,000 I-PACE vehicles to Waymo's fleet. That's enough to drive about a million trips in a typical day.

Same Driver

Different Vehicle

Same Driver
Different Vehicle

Trucking is a vital part of the American economy, and we believe self-driving technology has the potential to make this sector safer and stronger.

Today, our Waymo Driver is learning to drive big rigs in much the same way a human driver would after years of driving passenger cars. The principles are the same, but things like braking, turning, and blind spots are different with a fully-loaded truck and trailer.

We’ve conducted road tests of Waymo’s self-driving trucks in California, Arizona, and Georgia, including a pilot in Atlanta with our self-driving trucks carrying freight bound for Google’s data centers.