Day: September 23, 2022

U.S. road deaths down, but still at crisis levels

WASHINGTON — U.S. traffic deaths declined for the first time since 2020 but remain at levels that call for “urgent and sustained action,” Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said last week. From April to June, 10,590 people died in vehicle crashes on U.S. roads, down 4.9 percent from the same period in 2021, according to NHTSA …

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JAMA’s Anita Rajan on EV tax credit limits

Q: What are your top priorities as you settle into your new role? A: Educating policymakers, stakeholders and the general public by telling the story of Japanese-brand automobile manufacturers’ continued growth and 40-plus years of significant investments in the U.S. auto industry. JAMA members are continuing this momentum by focusing on work force development, accelerating …

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GM calls salaried workers back to office 3 days a week

DETROIT — General Motors on Friday said all employees who have been working remotely must report to an office at least three days a week starting later this year, modifying the flexible and intentionally vague “Work Appropriately” approach it adopted during the pandemic. In an internal message to affected employees, GM said it’s making the …

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