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Cities Now Exploring Autonomous Buses – But Is It Worth It?
On March 28, the City Council of Arlington, Texas approved a six-month lease of two EZ10 driverless shuttles from the French startup EasyMile, with a six-month option to renew. The vehicles, which can transport up to a dozen people at a time, will operate on a fixed course between parking lots and venues in Arlington’s entertainment district.
By Greg Rogers|Communications Specialist and Assistant Editor, Eno Transportation Weekly
How Would the Budget Scoring of Air Traffic Control Reform Work?
After a long period of study, the Eno Center’s Aviation Working Group recommended that the United States follow the model adopted by most other developed nations and separate the provision of air traffic control (ATC) services from the regulation of aviation safety.
By Jeff Davis|Senior Fellow and Editor, Eno Transportation Weekly
April 1, 1967 – USDOT Opens for Business
Although the law creating a new U.S. Department of Transportation was enacted on October 15, 1966, the transfer of sundry agencies and personnel was going to take time. Section 15 of the act allowed the President to set the effective date of the law by executive order (or 90 days after the Secretary first took office, whichever was earlier).
By Jeff Davis|Senior Fellow and Editor, Eno Transportation Weekly

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