Eno Transportation Weekly

Air traffic control, Aircraft, Airlines, Aviation, Aviation workforce, Federal governance, Governance
Aviation Working Group Holds First Meeting

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.

Automated vehicles, Bicycle, data, Dockless, Public transit, Shared vehicles, TNCs, Transit technology
Eno Begins Work on Exploring “Digital Cities”

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

Federal governance, Governance, Highways, Public transit, Streets
BTS Releases Passenger Travel Facts and Figures 2015

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.

SAVE THE DATE: Eno to Host Policy Summit on November 12

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.

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