JMA released a report with The International Transportation Learning Center (ITLC) to assist public transit agencies in meeting the requirements in the bipartisan infrastructure bill to train workers in the operations and maintenance of zero emissions buses (ZEBs). In the
About the panelPanelists presented a groundbreaking new analysis of federal procurement law to reveal how regulatory changes can transform the U.S. economy by directing federal resources for physical, social and climate-related infrastructure to rebuild high-road American businesses and create good jobs
This factsheet outlines JMA's vision, what we're doing to get there, and who we work with.
This fact sheet explains the basics of a CBA and our work to win them.
This factsheet outlines JMA's work on our campaign to lift the ban on local hire.
This factsheet outlines Jobs to Move America's work at the national level.
To electrify half of the nation's 500,000 fossil-fuel-powered school buses, it would cost approximately $30 billion.
Analysis of USDOT Local Labor Hiring Pilot: Local hire increases opportunities for disadvantaged workers, strengthens local economies
This report from Jobs to Move America demonstrates that the lifting of a Reagan-era regulation prohibiting cities and states from using local hire policies in federally-funded construction projects would create stronger local economies, advance racial equity, and increase the ways that cities and states can create good jobs while building and repairing infrastructure.
The legislation would green the country's ports, fight climate change, and create good green jobs.
Local officials across the country are contending with how to build a sustained recovery from the coronavirus pandemic that includes the entire community, including how to get residents back to work into well-paying jobs.