Buttigieg Urged to Speed Up ‘Connected Car Technology'

Dec. 16, 2022

Politicians say "vehicle-to-everything" technologies can use cellular transmissions to avoid car crashes.

Dec. 15, 2022—Two top-ranking politicians—Democratic Representative Peter DeFazio and incoming Republican chair Sam Graves, the top Republican on the House of Representatives Transportation and Infrastructure Committee—pushed the Biden Administration to help automakers get “connected technology” to the public to help curb automobile crashes, sited a report from Reuters

According to Reuters, both politicians asked Pete Buttigieg to move swiftly to slow U.S. traffic deaths. 

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