January 23 - Washington D.C. - The U.S. Supreme Court sided with NSSGA on an important challenge to the 2015 “Waters of the United States” Rule (WOTUS) rule. The court issued a unanimous opinion authored by Justice Sonia Sotomayor on the decision that challenges to WOTUS must be filed in federal district courts. NSSGA and a coalition of members have argued for this decision and this decision should be helpful in future Clean Water Act challenges as the Trump administration works to redo WOTUS. Click here to learn more on the ruling.
January 22, 2018 - Lexington, Ky. – On Thursday, January 18, the Kentucky Transportation Center honored Harold G. Mays at the Kentuckians for Better Transportation (KBT) conference in Lexington, KY. The Kentucky Hall of Fame criteria is as follows: inductees shall be persons who by their foresight, dedication, leadership, perserverance, and integrity have significantly enjanced transportation systems in the Commonwealth. They shall be or shall have been residents of the Commonweatlh. Click here learn more about Harold Mays.
November 14 - FRANKFORT, Ky. – Aggregates industry veteran Ed Elliott joined MSHA as a senior advisor to the acting assistant secretary. With a 30-year career in the aggregates industry, recently working as director of safety and health for Rogers Group, Inc., Elliott truly understands safety at quarries and pits. He will work directly with acting MSHA Assistant Secretary Wayne Palmer for the time being. David Zatezalo is the administration’s nominee to lead the agency. Click here to learn more about Ed's new position at MSHA.
September 12 - FRANKFORT, Ky. – Kentucky’s business and transportation leaders have announced an effort to prevent the serious decline of Kentucky’s infrastructure. The Kentucky Infrastructure Coalition (KIC) includes more than 30 organizations that represent manufacturers, farmers, economic development leaders, engineers, local leaders and more than 40,000 transportation workers who understand that safe, reliable, efficient transportation is essential to Kentucky’s economy. Click here to see full story.