On May 8, the House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to mark up Rep. Dennis Rossʼ (R-FL) Responsibly and Professionally Invigorating Development Act (RAPID Act), which would set a 54-month deadline for state and federal reviews of infrastructure projects, an 18-month deadline for environmental assessments, a three-year deadline for the more lengthy environmental impact assessments, as well as a provision restricting environmental groups from filing last-minute legal challenges. The RAPID Act was referred to the House Natural Resources Committee as well, but has not yet been taken up. The House version of the transportation bill included similar streamlined review and permitting provisions, but it is uncertain whether these provisions will survive the House-Senate conference.