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Transit Ridership: Not Expected to Return to Pre-Pandemic Levels This Decade

Since the COVID pandemic began, transit agencies have been trying to figure out when all their riders will come back. Although local...

Centennial Anthology: A Collection of Essays and Ideas

Coming Out of the Crisis: A Look Past the Pandemic  The pandemic isn’t quite behind us, but every day the contours of the new...

“What Does Equity in Transportation Actually Mean?” Centennial Recap

Over the last two years of the pandemic, millions of essential workers, long identified as those most vulnerable during the pandemic,...

Albuquerque’s bus system starts zero-fare experiment for 2022

More American cities are thinking about their transit systems that way, according to Robert Puentes, who heads up the ENO Center for...

Webinar: Trains, Buses, People: An Opinionated Atlas of US and Canadian Transit

Christof Spieler has recently released the second edition of his wildly popular book Trains, Buses, People. Christof’s new book now...

Federal program to cut bus emissions gets a Senate mandate: Some buses must pollute

Still, the five-year total of nearly $107 billion for transit was about 65% above what was expected if spending remained flat in...

Webinar: Redesigning Transit Networks for the New Mobility Future

Bus network redesigns have been a major trend in public transit over the past several years, in part due to the availability of much...

Saving Time and Making Cents: A Blueprint for Building Transit Better

Cities, states, and metropolitan areas across the United States are looking to invest in a range of public transit projects in order to...

Analysis: Electric bus maker BYD shows China complications in Biden climate push

"It's very difficult with the current manufacturing infrastructure in this country and with BYD out of the process, to imagine getting...

FTA Gives Some Small Start Projects $250M in COVID Funding

The Department of Transportation announced on June 11 how the remaining $250 million of the March 2021 American Rescue Plans's $1.7...

Senate Hearing Shows Bipartisan Support for Rural Transit

While most recent infrastructure debates seem to be Republicans arguing for more highway funding and Democrats advocating for increased...

Guest Op-Ed: Bus Lanes in the Car Capital: Lessons and Challenges from Los Angeles

This month, the Eno Center for Transportation released a new report titled “A Budding Model: Los Angeles’s Flower Street Bus...

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