Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

* Rethinking everything…: DOT published a Request for Information (RFI) last week seeking insights that will help the Agency “assess whether, and to what extent, its programs and policies perpetuate systemic barriers to opportunities and benefits for people of color and […]

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Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

* You won’t even need an electric car…: Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announced a NOFO – “notice of funding opportunity” – last week for a Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Planning. DOT’s social/equity priorities are quite clear. Applications need to demonstrate how land use […]

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Kinedyne Offers Free Compliance Training Ahead of Stepped Up Roadcheck Enforcement

International Cargo Securement Month resources help prep for CVSA International Roadcheck

Leading cargo control technology manufacturer Kinedyne LLC is offering free training resources, including a webinar and a white paper, as part of its sponsorship of International Cargo Securement Awareness Month in May. 

Kinedyne launched International Cargo Securement Awareness Month in 2017 to help truck drivers learn how to […]

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Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

* Power vs. Congestion: Last week’s list of newly available Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) includes a Draft EIS for the Baltimore-Washington Superconducting MAGLEV Project; well, really, a proposed project since there’s no construction money.  In fact, time goes faster than this train: this […]

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Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

Transportation innovation: In July, US DOT published its draft “Pathways for the Future of Transportation,” outlining the purposes and next steps for DOT’s new Non-Traditional and Emerging Transportation Technology (NETT) Council.  The Pathways document presented how DOT would work to advance […]

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