Eno is now accepting applications for the position of President and CEO.
Eno Transportation Weekly
Designed as a ten-week program, this fellowship provides the nation’s top transportation students the chance to spend a summer in Washington D.C. working side by side with some of the foremost experts in the industry.
Eno Selects Two Scholarship Winners For 11th Annual Forum Featuring Intensive Training and Outstanding Guest Lecturers
The Eno Center for Transportation’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce Senior Fellow Emil Frankel now is serving as Interim President and CEO, following the departure of former President and CEO Joshua Schank on October 2, 2015.
Earlier this month, Eno President Joshua Schank announced the end of his time at the Eno Center for Transportation. Dr. Schank has accepted a position with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. In his new role, he will serve as head of L.A. Metro’s newly created Office of Extraordinary Innovation.
As part of the development of the new Eno Transportation Library, we are pleased to announce a new one-stop reference page, this one for the fiscal year 2016 budget and appropriations process for transportation and public works.
On September 30, Eno hosted the inaugural meeting of our brand new Aviation Working Group. After the successful release of the NextGen Working Group final report, the group pivoted into a broader Aviation Working Group.
Today, ubiquitous wireless network availability, an ever-growing array of mobile applications, Big Data, and societal/demographic changes have created an environment in which information systems, shared vehicles, and on-demand services play an increasing role in metropolitan transportation
September 18, 2015 – The Bureau of Transportation Statistics today released Passenger Travel Facts and Figures 2015, a 94-page report aspects of passenger travel in the U.S.
January 7, 2015 – Initial House T&I membership for the 114th Congress.
As you may have noticed, a few things have changed here at Eno over the past year.
Our founder, William P. Eno, first penned the Rules of the Road in the early 1900s. These rules were adopted by New York City in 1909 and became the world’s first city traffic plan. Fast-forward almost 100 years later to 2015, and we have cars that can drive themselves, mega cities that are home to billions of people, and ever-evolving modes of transportation. “The New Rules of the Road” will address the world we live in today in the context of how we move from one place to another on a day-to-day basis.
June 18, 2015 – The Eno Center for Transportation has assembled a one-stop reference page for Highway Trust Fund issues.