Here is your chance to speak up.
Transportation Secretary Chao announced that USDOT has published a Federal Register notice asking the public for ideas to indentify and reduce unnecessary regulatory obstacles that complicate and slow down infrastructure projects across the nation.
The Department of Transportation is reviewing its existing policy statements, guidance documents, and regulations. As part of this review, the Department invites affected stakeholders and the public to identify non-statutory requirements that the Department imposes and that should be removed or revised.
Comments should be received on or before July 24, 2017. Late-filed comments will be considered to the extent practicable.
How to submit your comments:
Click here for online instructions for submitting your comments: Federal eRulemaking Portal
Instructions for submitting comments via mail, fax, or in person are available here:
Celebrating the end of Infrastructure Week at the U.S. Transportation Department last Friday, President Trump said his goal was to solve "one of the biggest obstacles to creating this new and desperately-needed infrastructure – and that is the painfully slow, costly and time-consuming process for getting permits and approvals to build."