Issue / Governance reform

CDC Contract Tracing Rule Pushed to September

Earlier this week, Trump Administration officials tasked an interagency working group to come up with a plan for conducting contract...

Recent Transit Strikes Show the Pitfalls of Contracting Services for the Wrong Reasons

Unlike many of their counterparts in Europe and Asia, most public transit agencies in the United States directly operate fixed-route...

Delivering Better Outcomes: Recommendations to Improve the Governance and Oversight of DC Circulator and Streetcar

The District of Columbia contributes to the regional transportation network by providing two public transit systems in the...

Governance and Institutional Reform in Transportation: Results of an Eno Workshop

Policymaking, planning, and decision-making tools that were designed for the past may not be appropriate for assessing and addressing...

Reforming America’s Transportation System

In February 2019 the Eno Center for Transportation (Eno) and the Reason Foundation (Reason) convened a three-day workshop (the...

Webinar: Reforming America’s Transportation System

Transportation governance is a growing issue for modern transportation. State departments of transportation, transit agencies,...

Refreshing the Status Quo: Federal Highway Programs and Funding Distribution

This year, the federal government gave $45.6 billion in highway “formula” funding to the 50 states and the District of...

Refreshing the Status Quo: Federal Highway Programs and Funding Distribution

Each year, more than $45 billion in annual Federal highway funding today is distributed to states based on real-world metrics from...

What’s the Purpose of Mass Transit? – Part 4 – What’s the Underlying Goal of Transportation?

July 18, 2018 Prompted by the 50th anniversary of the decision to move federal mass transit programs from the Department of Housing...

What’s the Purpose of Mass Transit? Part 3 – From HUD to DOT

July 11, 2018 Federal mass transit programs were moved from the Department of Housing and Urban Development to the Department of...

Eno Aviation Insights: How Do Taxes And Fees Change If Air Traffic Control Is Privatized?

January 19, 2018 The Eno Center for Transportation released the latest entry in its Aviation Insight series this week, “How Do...

Like a Tweet, Go Directly to Jail? GAO Finds USDOT Social Media Violated Federal Law

December 15, 2017 Whatever low-level U.S. Department of Transportation employee manages their social media accounts was undoubtedly...

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