Issue / Governance reform

Transit agencies struggle to access funding, rights-of-way, due to complex governance structures

Public transit agencies are busy creating new strategies to deal with multiple problems, said Paul Lewis, chief finance officer...

Austin’s Project Connect: Independent Review of Governance and Leadership

With the passage of Proposition A in 2020, Austin voters gave their approval to an ambitious, far-reaching vision for the region's...

Transportation Department Outlines $20B for Transit Available This Year Through Infrastructure Law

Even with this large amount of federal funds, current practices could eat up too much time and money. The Eno Center for...

Why does transit infrastructure cost so much in the U.S.?

“We do spend a lot more money here in this country, and it seems to be particularly acute in New York. But the kind of a cost...

Webinar: Reforming Governance to Transform Cities

Cities own the streets that transit agencies need for their bus lanes. Regions often lack a coordinated entity to oversee...

Op-Ed: Better Infrastructure Spending Needs Better Institutions

Like so many deeply involved in transportation issues, I greeted the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act with great enthusiasm. The...

Webinar: A Model for Next-Level Interstate Collaboration with the Port Authority of NY and NJ

Created by an Act of Congress in 1921, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's mission is to oversee the creation of vital...

Eno Releases Major Report on U.S. Transit Costs and Project Delivery

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

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

This webinar offers one AICP Certification Maintenance credit. Click here for instructions on how to submit this event for...

Guest Op-Ed: Accelerating Local Infrastructure

What a time to be a leader of a city struggling to secure needed funding for transportation improvements. While Washington struggles to...

Transit Reform for Maryland: New Models for Accountability, Stability, and Equity

The Central Maryland area of Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County, Howard County, and...

Truman and Transportation

August is the time for getting caught up on long-term projects, and this week marks the conclusion of my looks back at how Harry S....

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