US Wants Claims Pared From $2.6B Ky. Bridge Challenge

Law360, New York (February 26, 2013, 6:57 PM EST) -- The Federal Highway Administration has asked a Kentucky judge to toss a coalition's claims under two federal acts challenging a $2.6 billion bridge project to Indiana, arguing the project's environmental review and tolling plans are in line with the laws, according to a Monday filing.

The FHA asked for partial summary judgment, saying The Coalition for the Advancement of Regional Transportation Inc.'s National Environmental Policy Act claims that the project's environmental review was too narrow because it didn't include mass transit options was wrongful and time-barred...
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