The second day of NTSB hearings into two fatal crashes focused on prevention.
Testimony over two days will be used to gather more evidence about the crashes.
Authorities are suing Universal Concrete on six counts and seeking a jury trial.
Officials are taking action on behalf of residents who say new flight paths have increased plane noise in their neighborhoods.
At the public hearings, residents will be able to meet with toll road officials who can answer questions about how the money will be used.
The drivers say the airport is giving ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft preferential treatment.
The suit was filed on behalf of eight passengers who were aboard Southwest flight 1380, which lost one of its engines 20 minutes into a flight. One passenger died.
Norton directed the Authority to provide a copy of Potter's contract to the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure within 30 days.
Jack Potter earns more than most bosses of the nation’s busiest airports.
Many who have viewed the more-than-5-minute pat-down called it invasive and unnecessary. TSA officials said the officers were doing their job according to procedures.