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30 Jun 2022

NTSB Evaluates States’ Progress on Alcohol-Impaired Driving

​​Chair Calls on State Officials to Break ‘Decade of Inaction’

WASHINGTON (June 30, 2022) — Ahead of the Fourth of July holiday, often one of the…

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15 Jun 2022

NTSB: NHTSA Data on Advanced Vehicle Systems Should be Standardized

​​​National Transportation Safety Board Chair Jennifer Homendy said data released by NHTSA today on advanced driver assistance systems and automated…

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13 Jun 2022

NTSB Continues Pushing for Rail Worker Safety.

Chapman to offer congre​ssional testimony tomorrow


WASHINGTON (June 13, 2022) — The National Transportation Safety Board released Monday two…

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