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Now Available: PHMSA’s Redesigned Pipeline Safety Enforcement Transparency Webpage

Tuesday, February 20, 2024

PHMSA’s Office of Pipeline Safety’s Enforcement Division launched a redesigned enforcement transparency page on February 16 to provide a centralized location for enforcement data and documents, improve the user experience for greater accessibility, and to advance PHMSA's safety mission. 

The enhanced webpage includes the following updates:
  • Centralized Data: Enforcement information stored in one central location.
  • Ease of Navigation: Users can quickly navigate back to the main page by utilizing a link in the left column menu. 
Enhanced lookup capabilities
  • User-Friendly Interface: Enhanced lookup capabilities with filters provide a user-friendly experience, making it easier for users to search for Operators by Operator ID or Name.
  • Efficient Searching: Improved lookup capabilities contribute to efficient data retrieval, supporting users in finding relevant information quickly.
Mobile-friendly design
  • User Accessibility: The mobile-friendly design addresses the growing trend of mobile users, providing a positive user experience across devices.
  • Responsive Design: Optimizing viewing and usability on mobile phones demonstrates a commitment to adaptability and accessibility.
Accessing the PHMSA’s Enforcement Transparency webpage remains easy and includes the following steps:
1.    Start at PHMSA’s home page at
2.    Hover over “Regulations and Compliance.”
3.    Click on “Enforcement.”
4.    Click on “Pipeline Enforcement.”
5.    Click on “Enforcement Transparency Webpage” and you’re there!

Contact PHMSA's Office of Governmental, International, and Public Affairs ( for more information.