Regulatory

Regulatory

Regulatory

Contacts

ARTBA is the leading regulatory advocate, regularly representing the industry’s views before the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Occupational Safety & Health Administration, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Office of Management and Budget, and other federal agencies. ARTBA typically submits more than two dozen comments per year. Contact ARTBA’s Nick Goldstein with questions or to learn more.

See our Ripe for Regulatory Reform Scorecard, which is regularly updated


10/26 – Highlighting the Link Between Fuel Economy Standards and the Highway Trust Fund

10/24 – Supporting reforms to the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) Process.

10/10 – Supporting and Exemption for the Transportation Construction Industry from Federal Hours of Service Regulations

10/09 – Supporting the American Concrete Pavement Association’s Exemptions for Portions of the Federal Hours of Service Rules

10/05 – Supporting the Audit Report for Alaska’s NEPA Delegation Program

09/28 – Coalition comments supporting OSHA’s Revisions to Workplace Illness and Injury Reporting Rule

09/28 – Supporting Revisions to OSHA’s Workplace Injury and Illness Reporting Rule

09/24 – Supporting the efforts of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Improve Various Aspects of the Endangered Species Act

09/05 – Explaining to the House T&I Committee’s Subcommittee on Highways and Transit Why Repealing the Proprietary Products Rule is Necessary to Foster Innovation.

08/20 – Offering Improvements to the NEPA Process to CEQ

08/16 – Supporting EPA Proposal to Strengthen Transparency in Regulatory Science

08/15 – Supporting NEPA Delegation for the State of Nebraska

08/13 – Coalition Letter Highlighting the importance of the SWANCC Decision to EPA in developing a new WOTUS Rule

08/13 – Coalition comments supporting repeal of the 2015 “Waters of the United States” Rule

08/13 – Supporting the Water Quality Certification Improvement Act of 2018

08/13 – Supporting repeal of the 2015 “Waters of the United States” rule

08/13 – Supporting EPA’s Effort to Incorporate Costs and Benefits into the Rulemaking Process

07/23 – Opposing Mandatory PLAs for Federal-Aid Construction Projects

07/13 – Supporting the Endangered Species Act Amendments of 2018

07/05 – Supporting OSHA’s Proposed Rule on Cranes and Derricks in Construction

06/01 – Supporting NEPA Delegation for California Railroad Projects

05/21 – Urging EPA not to Extend Jurisdiction to Include Discharges into Groundwater

05/21 – Coalition Comments Urging EPA not to Extend Jurisdiction to Include Discharges into Groundwater

05/11 – ARTBA Supports Utah’s NEPA Delegation Program

05/11 – ARTBA Supports Ohio’s NEPA Delegation Program

05/11 – ARTBA Supports Florida’s NEPA Delegation Program

04/27 – ARTBA Supports Three Bills on Delegation of Regulatory Decisions to States

03/28 – ARTBA Asks U.S. DOT to Repeal Proprietary and Patented Products Rule

03/15 – Statement to House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Concerning Federal Permitting Reform

1/24 – Coalition Letter Opposing the Use of Mandatory Project Labor Agreements

1/18 – Every Day Counts Proposal on Promotion of Patented and Proprietary Products

1/18 – Every Day Counts Proposal on Promotion of Environmental Streamlining Reforms

1/16 – Supporting Texas NEPA Delegation Program




Supporting Effort to Strike Down “Volks” Recordkeeping Rule Changes





25 Associations Urge Congress to Provide Funding for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Navigation Program.


More than 600 State and Industry Associations Urge the Senate to pass the Regulatory Accountability Act.


40 Trade Associations Ask U.S. DOT to Withdraw Improper Greenhouse Gas Tracking Measure from MAP-21 Performance Measure



Supporting Legislation Ending Mandatory Project Labor Agreements





Expressing Support for the “Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act of 2017” in the House and Senate


































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