Eno Transportation Weekly

Category: Automated vehicles

NHTSA Asks for Comments on Automated Driving Rule

May 31, 2019 – On May 28, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) soliciting public comments on proposed testing and verification rules for automated driving system-dedicated vehicles (ADS-DVs) with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS).

Evolving Policy Thought on Automated Vehicles

April 5, 2019 – This week, Eno released Beyond Speculation 2.0, an automated vehicle (AV) policy plan for federal, state, and local policymakers. An update to a paper released in 2017, this report covers the current state of affairs for AVs and provides some new and revised recommendations for the industry and elected officials.

Guest Op-Ed: Automated Vehicles and the Future of the American Workforce

March 29, 2019 – Some critical questions businesses are asking themselves – especially those in the transportation sector – are:  1) How will automation affect our existing workers and the future of work, and 2) How can we facilitate the adoption of lifesaving technological advancements while also addressing the fears of those already working in these fields?

Op-Ed: Four Transportation Policy Predictions for 2019

January 3, 2018 – Eno’s Paul Lewis provides four predictions for transportation policy in the year ahead, from new federal policy on congested airspace to reckoning with the industry’s impact on climate change.

Op-Ed: Remembering George H.W. Bush and the ADA

December 5, 2018 – As the nation paused for the funeral of President George Herbert Walker Bush, his lasting mark on our transportation system shows through every time a bus kneels and deploys a ramp. Making transportation accessible to everyone is vitally important and has dramatically improved since his presidency.

Lame-Duck Agenda is Short, but Time May Be Shorter

November 16, 2018 – This week was the first week of the final lame-duck session of the 115th Congress. Congress is taking next week off for the Thanksgiving holiday and will return on Monday, November 26 for a further session of between three weeks (ideally ending on Thursday, December 13) and four-and-half-weeks (right up to the maximum endurance point of December 22-23, since Christmas is on a Tuesday this year).

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