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      June 7, 2023

      The head of the U.S. auto safety agency's defects investigation office said on Wednesday he has left the agency to join's self-driving unit Zoox. Stephen Ridella, who had served as director of the NHTSA Office of Defects Investigation since 2017, oversaw key investigations including a probe into Tesla Autopilot and whether 67 million ARC Automotive Inc air bag inflators were defective.

      May 31, 2023

      In some places, roads have been designed and lighted to keep traffic moving rather than to protect pedestrians and cyclists. Jonathan Adkins, chief executive of the Governors Highway Safety Association, welcomed the proposal. “We certainly want to see it implemented as soon as possible,” he said.



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