General Motors (GM) has announced plans to lay off 1,300 workers at three Michigan manufacturing plants as their vehicles end production. The layoffs are taking place at the GM Lansing Delta Township Assembly Plant (with 815 layoffs), the GM Flint Assembly Plant (with 213 layoffs), and the GM Grand Rapids Components Plant (with 269 layoffs). GM said a total of 1,545 US employees will be affected by the layoffs. The company said the layoffs were due to the gradual end of production of the Chevrolet Traverse, Buick Enclave, and GMC Acadia vehicles at the three plants. GM plans to shift production of these vehicles and other new vehicles to other US plants. The company said it is working to provide “transition support and job placement services” to affected employees.