Clark Hill Attorney Eric Hocky Advises Glenwood Springs, CO on RFTA Proposed Access Plan
PHILADELPHIA, PA – Clark Hill Attorney Eric M. Hocky’s comments on behalf of Glenwood Springs, CO were quoted in the March 6, 2015 edition of the Post Independent on Glenwood Springs City Council’s attempt to have the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) scrap RFTA’s draft plan to control access across the Rio Grande Trail corridor. As advised by Hocky, City Council believes that the proposed access plan seeks to impose overly restrictive standards.
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Hocky’s transportation practice relates primarily to railroads and their shippers. He has over 30 years of experience representing railroads and other transportation interests throughout the United States on a variety of matters before federal and state regulatory agencies.
Hocky has counseled railroads on real property issues that have arisen in the course of acquisitions and in connection with the abandonment and transfer of rail lines, including ussues relating to railbanking and interim trail use under the National Rails to Trails Act.
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