New NHTSA chief Cliff confirmed by U.S. Senate


WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate on Thursday confirmed by voice vote President Joe Biden’s nominee to serve as the top auto safety regulator, the first to win approval since January 2017.

Steven Cliff has been serving as deputy administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration since 2021 and was nominated by President Joe Biden for the top job last year. His approval by the Senate comes amid soaring U.S. traffic deaths.

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