ARTBA, Industry Win in SCOTUS Ruling on WOTUS

ARTBA, Industry Win in SCOTUS Ruling on WOTUS

By Nick Goldstein, vice president of regulatory affairs, ARTBA In a win for ARTBA and its industry allies, the U.S. Supreme Court Jan. 22 unanimously agreed that Clean Water Act disputes should be heard in federal district courts instead of appellate courts. As a...
Federal Court Upholds Silica Rule

Federal Court Upholds Silica Rule

By Nick Goldstein, vice president of regulatory affairs & assistant general counsel, ARTBA The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit Dec. 22 upheld the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) rule on exposure to crystalline...
OSHA Delays Recordkeeping Rule Deadline until Dec. 31

OSHA Delays Recordkeeping Rule Deadline until Dec. 31

By Nick Goldstein, vice president of regulatory affairs & assistant general counsel, ARTBA The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced it is extending until Dec. 31 the regulatory compliance deadline for companies to electronically submit...
ARTBA Helps Secure Purple Line Victory in Federal Court

ARTBA Helps Secure Purple Line Victory in Federal Court

By Eileen Houlihan, senior writer/editor, ARTBA ARTBA hailed the Dec. 19 federal appeals court decision to overrule a lower court ruling blocking the Maryland Purple Line light-rail project, one of the nation’s most high profile transit public-private partnerships....
Submit Law & Regulatory Forum Proposals by Dec. 22

Submit Law & Regulatory Forum Proposals by Dec. 22

ARTBA is accepting presentation proposals for the 10th Annual Transportation Construction Law & Regulatory Forum, June 5-6, at the association offices in Washington, D.C. Presentations should address current issues and real world challenges facing transportation...
ARTBA Outlines Reform Priorities for U.S. DOT

ARTBA Outlines Reform Priorities for U.S. DOT

By Nick Goldstein, vice president of regulatory affairs & assistant general counsel, ARTBA ARTBA highlighted in Dec. 1 comments to the U.S. Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT) a number of regulations that add unnecessary costs and slow the delivery of needed...