The Eno Center for Transportation announced today the appointment of Thomas Prendergast to its Board of Directors.
Eno Transportation Weekly
Eno’s latest report highlights the issues with the current U.S. aviation certification procedures and recommends key policy reforms.
The Multi-Agency Exchange (MAX) program is a collaborative effort to share technical information and career skills expertise between public transportation operators.
April 14, 2017 – The Eno Center for Transportation has selected Alice Grossman for the Eno Summer 2017 Thomas J. O’Bryant Transportation Policy and Finance Fellowship. This fellowship is designed to provide a professional development opportunity for aspiring transportation specialists.
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.
April 7, 2017 – On March 29, the House Oversight Subcommittee on Government Operations held a hearing to examine progress and lessons learned since the Washington Area Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) launched its SafeTrack program nearly a year ago in June.
This year the Eno Center for Transportation will honor Jane Garvey – former Federal Aviation Administration Administrator and Deputy Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration – with a Lifetime Achievement Award and Robert Prince – former Vice President of AECOM with the Wilbur S. Smith Friend of Eno Award.
February 24, 2017 – This week, the Eno Center for Transportation released Time for Reform: Delivering Modern Air Traffic Control. The report calls for taking air traffic control out of the Federal Aviation Administration in favor of either a government corporation or an independent, non-profit organization. It also proposes a new funding structure that relies on user fees, rather than the current mix of taxes and general funds.
On January 9, 2017 the Eno Center for Transportation (Eno) and the Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC) signed a cooperative agreement.
The Eno Center for Transportation has posted the following job announcements: DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT AND STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS Eno seeks an enthusiastic, experienced Director of Development and Strategic Partnerships to work with President/CEO and partner with a distinguished Board in all fundraising activities and collaborations. The position is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to lead the development […]
A 16-mile stretch of highway in southwest Georgia is beginning to earn a reputation as the one of the most sustainable roads in the world. The portion of Interstate 85 in Troup County currently plays host to a number of pilot projects not seen anywhere else in the nation (or in the world).
February 5, 2017 – Next week, over 10,000 transportation engineers, researchers, policymakers and other experts will gather in Washington, DC for the annual meeting of the Transportation Research Board of the National Academy of Sciences. Staff of the Eno Center for Transportation will be participating, as well as covering, the events that will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
The Eno Center for Transportation is pleased to announce that President and CEO Robert Puentes has been elected to serve as a member of the Federal Advisory Committee on Transportation Equity (ACTE).
Eno compiled and reviewed all the results from transportation ballot measures that went before voters across the country on Election Day. Based on our research, we assembled some statistics to show how these measures fared nationwide. While there is much more to track and distill, the figures below provide a glimpse into the public opinion surrounding transportation at the state and local level.
TransLoc, a North Carolina-grown startup, was founded 11 years ago by Josh Whiton and is currently based out of Durham. The company got its start by simply asking the question “where is my bus?” This lead them to create a GPS tracking system that could show both riders and agencies exactly where their bus is on its route.
November 9, 2016 – Our short summaries of each of the top 30 ballot initiatives at stake last night follow, in alphabetical order, below. We will be updating our entire database of 375 such ballot measures throughout the week.
November 4, 2016 – In a continuation of one of the latest trends in transportation, D.C. public agencies that are interested in working with the private sector now have a dedicated, full-time office to help navigate the process – D.C.’s Office of Public-Private Partnerships (OP3).
The Washington Auto Show® will present MobilityTalksInternational® —a pre-show symposium that will address government regulatory best practices in the field of new mobility, while allowing innovation to flourish – on Tuesday, Jan. 24 and Wednesday, Jan. 25.
November 4, 2016 – Here at Eno, we are closely tracking not just the Presidential drama and the House and Senate races, but also the hundreds and hundreds of transportation ballot measures and initiatives are up for vote on November 8. As we’ve written, we believe the way these measures got on the ballot and the message voters will send means a future of more citizen involvement in the decisions that shape their communities and regions.
Eno has compiled a list of the states that have measures up for vote on Election Day and will continue updating this database. Americans in nearly half the 50 states will vote on hundreds of measures and initiatives that would support a range of transportation investments in their cities, regions and communities. By our count, there is over $450 billion at stake.