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28 FOR CLEARING THE ROADS

Clockwise from bottom left: Waze’s Di-Ann Eisnor, Thais Blumenthal de Moraes, head of Carpool strategy Kate Balingit, and program lead Rebecca Resnick are taking the pain out of urban driving.

Waze is fighting for U.S. drivers—who waste an average of 42 hours in traffic every year, along with $1,400 in fuel and time—by looking beyond them. Google’s crowdsourced mapping app, known for

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