Author: Paul Lewis

Transportation, Infrastructure Part of Arizona Tech Council 2020 Legislation Priorities

Paul Lewis discusses the importance of building digital infrastructure for transportation.

Recent Transit Strikes Show the Pitfalls of Contracting Services for the Wrong Reasons

Unlike many of their counterparts in Europe and Asia, most public transit agencies in the United States directly operate fixed-route...

USDOT Publishes Proposed Rule on Remote ID for Drones

In the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) world, nothing has been more critical to public policy than Remote ID. This system would enable...

House T&I Committee Holds Joint Hearing on Freight, Setting the Groundwork for Reauthorization

Freight is becoming a more important piece of federal transportation policy. Despite freight’s vital role in the national economy,...

The Break Down: The Cost Of Fixing America’s Roads And Who Will Pay For It

“The states, cities, metropolitan areas are not waiting for Washington to come to the rescue. They’re out doing their own...

Project to cut congestion on I-270 moves along

Vice President of Policy, Paul Lewis, discusses how to make traffic flow better on the highway through ramp metering.

New Draft Provisions Hint at Federal AV Bill Revival

Vehicle manufacturers, technology developers, and other stakeholders had high hopes that last Congress would pass federal legislation...

Contracting for Mobility: A Case Study in the Los Angeles and Puget Sound Regions

New privately-run mobility services are now ubiquitous in many urban regions. These include ride-hailing (e.g., Uber, Lyft, and Via) as...

Eno Reviews the Governance of DC’s Contracted Circulator and Streetcar Services

After nearly 15 years in operation, the DC Circulator is now an integral part of the city’s transportation system. The Streetcar has...

Delivering Better Outcomes: Recommendations to Improve the Governance and Oversight of DC Circulator and Streetcar

The District of Columbia contributes to the regional transportation network by providing two public transit systems in the...

Can commuter rail save our suburbs?

Paul Lewis discusses suburban transit, including expanding light-rail lines and building new commuter rail services. “As cities grow...

A glimmer of hope as ridership rebounds for Metro and other transit systems

Americans took 2.5 billion passenger trips on public transportation in the second quarter of 2019 — 11 million more trips than during...

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