Author: ENO CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATION

A Resilient Transportation System Needs a Resilient Workforce

The transport systems that move both people and goods are, for better or for worse, a reflection of the nation as a whole. Economists...

People With Skills: They Really Move Us

Asphalt and track, sensors and signals – these are essential elements of what moves us, but they can never be enough on their own. We...

American Public Transportation Association (APTA): Delivering the Future-Ready Workforce

When I think of workforce development, I am reminded of a quote by Henry Ford, founder of the Ford Motor Company. He said: “The...

An Intelligent Workforce For Intelligent Transportation Systems

When I began my career in transportation, one of the biggest challenges I faced, from a workforce perspective, was how to deal with the...

Looking for Community-Builders: Infrastructure Careers are Lifetime Work

In 2018, the “Introducing Youth to American Infrastructure+ (iyai+)” nonprofit was launched. Iyai+ is a national educational...

Hoover Commission Staff Summary of Brookings Task Force Report on Transportation

This is an internal Hoover Commission staff memo dated October 27, 1948 by H.W. Metz summarizing the voluminous report of the...

1948 Report of the Hoover Commission Task Force on Transportation

This is the final report of the Task Force on Transportation of the first Hoover Commission, dated October 15, 1948. The Commission had...

1949 Draft Hoover Commission Report on Reorganization of the Commerce Department

This is the fourth draft of the report on the reorganization of the Department of Commerce prepared by the Commission on Reorganization...

1949 Hoover Commission Debate on Transportation Reorganization

This is an 86-page unpublished transcript of the debate of the Commission on Reorganization of the Executive Branch (the "Hoover...

Document Compilation: Truman Administration Efforts to Reorganize Federal Transportation Functions in 1946

This 105-page PDF file contains 17 original source documents found in the Bureau of the Budget’s transportation reorganization...

1945 Burden Memo on Postwar Civil Aviation Policy

This is a "white paper" dated April 25, 1945 written by William A.M. Burden, an aviation consultant and the special assistant to the...

Beyond Speculation 2.0: Automated Vehicles and Public Policy

Technology continues to alter how people and goods move. One innovation that has the greatest potential to upend traditional travel is...

Be Part of the Conversation
Sign up to receive news, events, publications, and course notifications.
No thanks