The Google Central Accessibility team works with the disability community in a number of ways, including “Local Guides.” Local Guides is a community of more than 100 million volunteers who help contribute information in Google Maps. During the campaign, seven million Local Guides from dozens of countries worldwide, answered more than 500 million questions with regards to wheelchair accessibility within business. Due to its success, Google now provides accessibility information for more than 200 million places on Google Maps. And to help people get to those places, the Maps accessibility team launched wheelchair accessible public transportation routes this past Spring. The campaign not only advanced the product’s functionality, but also elevated the importance of disability inclusion.