October 31, 2018 – The Eno Center for Transportation has put over 32,000 pages of its legacy transportation research and policy analysis online for the first time. From 1947 through 2003, the Eno Foundation (as it was then known) published a quarterly scholarly journal. Called Traffic Quarterly from 1947-1981 and Transportation Quarterly from 1982-2003, the journal published peer-reviewed studies and a variety of policy insights from both academics and policymakers.
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October 9, 2018 – This November, voters across the country will decide whether they want their city or state to invest more in transportation.
October 10, 2018 – September marked the end of another successful Eno/MAX program. Throughout 2018, a cohort of 48 students participated in the Eno/MAX (Multi-Agency Exchange) Program to share best practices, build their professional network, and enhance their leadership skills.
The Eno Center for Transportation on September 26 released a new study, The Implications of the Federal Ban on Chinese Railcars.
August 22, 2018 – The Eno Center for Transportation is saddened by the recent loss of Lou Gambaccini, the founding Chairman of New Jersey Transit and a former member of the Eno Board of Advisors.
July 27, 2018 – The Eno Center for Transportation announced today the appointment of Marjorie Dickman to its Board of Directors. Ms.
Thanks to the dedication of our Board of Regents, who selects the 20 Eno Fellows from a highly competitive and talented pool, this year’s cohort were among the best yet. Here is a summary of their week, including the annual Leadership Awards Dinner.
May 17, 2018 – On Monday, Eno released a new report, Tools for a Smoother Ride: Managing Rail Assets and Leveraging Competition, which outlines the reforms needed to bring our rail systems into a state of good repair. The report’s recommendations include five steps that agencies and governments can take to reform and modernize how the industry approaches maintaining rail systems.
The Eno Center for Transportation has selected So Jung Kim for the Eno Summer 2018 Thomas J. O’Bryan Transportation Policy and Finance Fellowship.
Each year, the Eno Future Leaders Development Conference (LDC) gives 20 of the nation’s top graduate students in transportation a first-hand look at how national transportation policies are developed. This year’s Fellows have just been announced.
Next week, Former USDOT secretary and current Eno Board member Mary Peters will serve as the guest editor of a special Women Take Over edition of Eno Transportation Weekly (ETW).
Eno’s 2017 annual impact report is a chance for us to show the results of our collective efforts, reflect on the past year, and lay out our vision for the future. Importantly, it is also a chance for us to thank you – our donors, colleagues and partners for your continued support and engagement.
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.