Improving the quality of life in our cities, starting with San Francisco.
More than 100 people in the United States lose their lives in car crashes every day. Whether it’s a mother driving home to Bernal Heights or a son picking his parents up from San Francisco airport, we all know people who have been affected by the pain of car crashes.
When people ask us how it’s possible that a self-driving vehicle could be safer than a human driver, we explain that our vehicles never get tired, distracted, or drive under the influence. Our vehicles create detailed maps of any road they drive and use a redundant suite of sensors to understand their surroundings at all times. We also work with law enforcement, first responders, regulators, and community groups to improve the safety of the cities we serve.
California's total greenhouse gas emissions attributed to transportation