Author: Paul Lewis

New Automated Vehicle Safety Self-Assessment from BMW Reveals AV Technology Progress, Policy Gaps

Last week BMW quietly released a new Voluntary Safety Self-Assessment (VSSA), which was posted to the National Highway Traffic Safety...

COVID-19 Makes Meeting PTC Deadline Challenging, But Not Impossible

While COVID-19 ravages public transit ridership and is having devastating effects on frontline workers, transit agencies are still...

“An essential service”: Amtrak, Greyhound continue routes despite coronavirus cases

Eno's Paul Lewis addresses the lack of national directives to major transit operators on how to handle scheduling during the...

Op-Ed: Coronavirus Stimulus 4.0? Infrastructure Investment in a New Era

The passing of the $2.2 trillion CARES Act and a Congressional recess has not stopped rumblings of another round of stimulus. While...

How Much To Cut? Transit Agencies Try To Find The Right Balance Of Service During A Pandemic

Eno's Paul Lewis discusses how transit agencies are trying to find a balance between not running empty busses and maintaining social...

Sound Transit, Metro facing big drops in funding as coronavirus downturn takes hold

Paul Lewis provides a national perspective about transit economic loss in relation to the Sound Transit region.

‘They’re getting pummeled’: Travel industry reeling from coronavirus concerns, anxiety

Paul Lewis discusses the impacts of coronavirus on domestic and international travel, as well as falling oil prices.

U.S. Senate Holds Coronavirus Hearing as Disease Spreads

Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) convened a hearing of the Subcommittee on Aviation and Space to discuss the coronavirus effects on the...

Cities Deploy Smart-Parking Technologies

“Some cities are experimenting with variable price parking, dynamically priced, so parking spaces are always available, relative to...

Driverless Shuttles Make Headway in the U.S.

Paul Lewis comments on how shuttle companies are trying to have a platform to test their products, to see how well their vehicles and...

Data on Demand: A Case Study in the Los Angeles and Puget Sound Regions

Data on Demand is the second paper in our research report series examining the Case Study in the Los Angeles and Puget Sound...

FCC Posts Proposed Rule to Reallocate 5.9 GHz Spectrum, Seeks Comments

In line with a general policy of allowing more flexible use of radio frequency spectrum, the Federal Communications Commission’s...

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