In 2017, Eno Center for Transportation continued to provide high-quality research, practical policy recommendations, and leadership development courses throughout the transportation industry. At the core of Eno’s impact is our network of incredibly talented and engaged stakeholders from across all modes of transportation, all levels of government, and includes public and private actors.
Eno Transportation Weekly
Join us March 22 to learn more about how some global cities are testing and deploying “Mobility-as-a-Service” as a means to facilitate customer information, schedules, and payment. This webinar will detail MaaS pilot programs, their lessons learned, and provide insights for US transit agencies, including its effect on ridership, data security, and equity in the broader transportation network.
The Eno Center for Transportation is pleased announce the class and speaker lineup for the 2018 Transit Senior Executive Program (TSE). The program will be held March 4-9, 2018 in Washington, DC.
This year Eno will honor Matt Rose, Carolyn Flowers, and Bob Poole with the Lifetime Achievement Award, the Wilbur S. Smith Friend of Eno Award, and the Eno Thought Leader Award, respectively.
January 24, 2018 – Today the Eno Center for Transportation released the ninth policy brief in the Eno Aviation Insights series – Should the federal government invest heavily in expanding American airports to relieve congestion?
January 26, 2018 – The Eno Center for Transportation is now accepting applications for its Summer 2018 Thomas J. O’Bryant Transportation Policy Fellowship. This fellowship provides a high-quality professional development opportunity for aspiring transportation specialists.
Eno is pleased to announce the availability of the National Transit Industry Course Catalog. This catalog is the result of an 18-month Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) study that was completed by ICF International and Eno.
Flight delays are not only a cause of major frustration for passengers but they also come with a $32 billion hit on the American economy each year.
December 1, 2017 – This week Eno released the sixth policy brief in the Eno Aviation Insights series – Where are airline passengers getting the best service?
As America faces the challenge of updating and repairing its aging infrastructure, policy makers and employers need to create a pipeline of hundreds of thousands of jobs in the transportation sector and in transportation-related projects—especially in the wake of a largely retiring workforce.
October 27, 2017 – Your intrepid ETW Editor Jeff Davis will be making his MC-ing debut next week at Mobility Unmanned. The event will cover unmanned (or autonomous) technology of the air, land, and sea variety.
October 11, 2017 – Today the Eno Center for Transportation released the first of a series of policy briefs that make up the latest installment of Eno Aviation Insights. The series focuses on answering important questions affecting the U.S. aviation industry from an independent and objective perspective.
The Eno Center for Transportation announced today the appointment of Thomas Prendergast to its Board of Directors.
The first Eno Future Leaders Development Conference (LDC) was held in 1993 as a means of bringing some of the best and brightest graduate students in transportation to the nation’s capital to gain a better understanding of how U.S. transportation policy is crafted.
The Multi-Agency Exchange (MAX) program is a collaborative effort to share technical information and career skills expertise between public transportation operators.