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Column: Let’s electrify public buses without throwing workers under the bus

A large-scale transition to electric buses is a logical way to meet these emissions targets and clean our air. Now it’s time to get serious about making that transition work for everyone.

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Congress takes a first step to give second chances, manufacturers should follow

While many consider the First Step Act to be just that -- a first step -- the bill may also contain important lessons for manufacturers looking to solve the sector’s ongoing recruitment crisis.

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Fear on the factory floor is bad for business

In the past 20 years, U.S. manufacturing jobs have become more insecure and precarious.

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Column: Manufacturers have a recruiting problem. So why aren’t they hiring more women?

Despite the fact that women represent 51.4 percent of adults in the U.S., they hold only seven percent of middle-skilled manufacturing jobs.

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California

Good Jobs through LA Metro’s purchasing process

In 2018, LA Metro committed to creating tens of thousands of good manufacturing jobs by adopting our good jobs and equity policy.

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JMA provides public comment on draft DOT strategic plan

Jobs to Move America (JMA) respectfully submits the following comments to the US Department of Transportation (DOT) regarding the DOT’s strategic plan for FY 2018-2022 and Request for Public Comment, Docket Number DOT-OST-2009-0092. Jobs to Move America is a non-profit

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Coalition rallies to demand CEO of New Flyer provide safer working conditions

Los Angeles – The Jobs to Move America Coalition held a rally outside Los Angeles County Transportation Authority (Metro) headquarters to announce the delivery of an “open letter” to the CEO of New Flyer Industries, Paul Soubry, outlining

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Illinois

Chicago Good Jobs Pipeline

Our community-labor coalition is developing a jobs pipeline to train Chicagoans facing barriers to employment for jobs at CRRC, a railcar manufacturer in Chicago.

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National

Women Can Build: Re-envisioning Rosie

The Women Can Build photo series project uplifts the hardworking women in the transportation manufacturing industry.

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‘Women Can Build’ photography exhibit highlights working women in U.S. manufacturing and transportation

New York — In honor of Women’s History Month, Jobs to Move America and the New York City Department of Transportation announced today the launch of the Women Can Build photography exhibit revealing the overlooked contributions of the skilled and