DG Digest: U.S. DOT and PHMSA each outline revised guidance on regulatory roles

U.S. DOT issued new guidance documents that reflect the agency’s latest thinking in terms of how it interprets and enforces its various rulemaking authorities.  An FRA governed freight train rolls through Kent, Washington on March 4th, 2020.

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It was a pretty quiet week in the regulatory world.  Here’s the latest actions:

U.S. DOT

The agency announced the availability of revised guidance documents which help the public understand how DOT executes its regulatory roles.  See the announcement here.

PHMSA

PHMSA updated its own guidance portal to reflect the newly issued DOT general revisions (which see above).  See PHMSA’s specific guidance portal right here.

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