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Sep
20

Auto Alliance Response To Guidance On Autonomous Vehicles

Autonomous vehicles have great potential to make our roads safer and less congested while providing mobility for the disabled and older citizens, so we want to deploy them as quickly as possible. Guidance is the right action to take since the technology is developing quickly and collaboration between automakers and NHTSA is critical to avoid […]

Jul
8

Automakers, Its Community Call on FCC to Protect The Safety Spectrum

WASHINGTON, DC, JULY 8, 2016 – Automakers and intelligent transportation organizations urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to focus on safety first when considering changing the rules of the 5.9 GHz Safety Spectrum band in comments filed today. “Decisions over sharing the Safety Spectrum should be driven first and foremost by public safety,” said Global […]

May
5

DSRC Coalition Letter To President Obama

Dear Mr. President: Thanks to your leadership, your Administration is poised to bring to fruition years of work to build a communications network that allows vehicles on the road to communicate with other road users and with surrounding infrastructure to help avoid collisions, injuries, and fatalities. Last week, you received a letter from the cable […]

Apr
14

Alliance Statement Before The House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing And Trade

The following statement was presented by Mitch Bainwol, President and CEO, the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers to the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade regarding the reauthorization of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Excerpt Working with industry and government stakeholders, there has been enormous progress in automotive safety […]

Feb
17

Auto Alliance Submits Comments On Proposed Ncap Rework

Today automobiles are even safer, cleaner and more fuel efficient than at any other time in history, and automakers look forward to working with NHTSA and other stakeholders on the proposed  revisions to the New Car Assessment Program (NCAP). As with any consumer information program, it is important to evaluate the program’s effectiveness both historically […]