Issue / Project Delivery

Senate Clears Defense/Water/Coast Guard Bill After Rejecting Manchin Permitting Amendment

Last night, the Senate voted to approve the 4,310-page legislative behemoth based on the national defense authorization bill (NDAA),...

Inflation Is Cutting into States’ Big Infrastructure Windfall

“It’s still eating away slowly but surely,” said Jeff Davis, a senior fellow at the Eno Center for Transportation, a Washington,...

Shining More Lights on a Multi-Billion Dollar Problem: High Costs for Transit Construction

Eno and the NYU Marron Institute have been trying to answer similar questions. Marron Institute has been assessing “Why do...

Eno Attends White House Summit on Accelerating Infrastructure

What matters as much as $1 trillion in infrastructure spending? Making sure that money gets spent on time, on task, and on budget....

Eno Releases New Rail Transit Project Delivery Report

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) provides public transportation programs with $90 billion in guaranteed funding over...

Manchin Permitting Reforms Revealed; Senate Test Vote on Tuesday

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) has finally released the text of his environmental permitting reform bill, which Congressional leaders have...

Webinar: On the Right Track: Rail Transit Project Delivery Around the World

Eno’s newest study builds the ongoing initiative to improve transit rail project delivery in the United States. In On the Right...

Innovative ‘Transform 66 Outside the Beltway Project’ in Northern Virginia to Open on Time this Year

As Jeff Davis, a Senior Fellow at the Eno Center for Transportation, recently noted: “If sustained highway cost inflation averages...

Transportation May Be Left Out of Permitting Reform

As part of his deal with Democratic leaders to gain his support for the budget reconciliation bill, Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) has also...

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...

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...

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