Issue / Infrastructure

House, Senate Advance WRDA Bills Authorizing $31B Texas Megaproject

This week, the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee approved bipartisan legislation reauthorizing the Army Corps of...

Looking Beyond Infrastructure Week

Looking Beyond Infrastructure Week Infrastructure Week 2022 starts on Monday, May 16. After a decade of coordinated (and...

Biden’s Cure for High Gasoline Prices? The 2021 Infrastructure Bill

"The Biden infrastructure law should produce reduced demand for gasoline once projects now being allocated funding [are]...

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...

White House Issues IIJA “Stewardship” Guidance

The Biden Administration today issued a "stewardship" memo to all federal agencies regarding their implementation of the bipartisan...

How Much Could Inflation Erode IIJA Buying Power?

Anyone who goes to a store, a restaurant, or a gas station can see that prices are going up, and most things cost measurably more than...

Tackling Governance in Transit Megaprojects – Key Lessons from Eno’s Examination of Transit Governance in Austin

Over two dozen new rail transit projects are set to open for service across the United States by 2030. There will likely be even more...

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...

Guest Op-Ed: Fast Trains for All

In the U.S., the Pacific Northwest has reached a tipping point where expanding its mobility choices to include high speed rail is...

Here’s What Biden’s Budget Would Do, and Not Do, for Climate Change

The largest chunk of the $142 billion for transportation would be used to fix roads and bridges — or perhaps build new...

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...

What Is A Fuel Tax Holiday And Why It May Help

While a fuel tax holiday seems like a win all around, there are potential fallacies that could erupt for the seemingly...

Be Part of the Conversation
Sign up to receive news, events, publications, and course notifications.
No thanks