Waze for Cities

Your city + our data: let’s change how transportation works

Waze works with approximately 3,000 partners around the globe to reduce traffic, inform infrastructure decisions, and help make communities safer. Explore Waze for Cities programs for:

Ready to partner or already a partner?

Waze + Data Sharing

Our two-way data exchange opens up direct communication between cities and drivers, with cities receiving real-time, proprietary incidents and slow-down information and drivers accessing advance notice on construction, crashes, and road closures. Download the fact sheet.

Waze + Real-Time Crisis

Hurricanes, global pandemics, and bridge collapses? Unexpected events can affect large populations. Thankfully, we’re here to help, alerting drivers and navigating them around closures and along evacuation zones toward shelter locations and safer ground.

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Waze + Global Event Partners

Utilize our traffic management program tools for real-time closure updates, traffic monitoring via the Live Map, or to create a custom event site. Plus, communicate directly with your attendees to give them the best route to your event that day.

How it worked

Look through our case studies to see how our collaborations with cities have improved congestion and communication all over the world.

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Frequently asked questions

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost of partnering with Waze?

We believe the best mobility solutions come from working together, so our partner programs are all free.

What are the resources available to partners?

Partners have access to exclusive tools for inputting road closures and surfacing major traffic events or emergencies and mobility analytics for traffic monitoring and policy planning. Partners are also invited to join a partner-only online forum that serves as a peer-to-peer learning space to discuss both strategic and operational issues.

What is the primary goal of Waze for Cities partnerships?

Waze's primary goal is to be your partner in mobility. That means getting Waze-reported incident data to government officials who can help, whether it's a five-car pile-up or a pothole. It means getting data from government partners to ensure Waze drivers have the best real-time, location-based information about what's happening in their communities. And, of course, helping cities improve congestion, sustainability, and access through carpooling.