Author: Romic Aevaz

State and Local Traffic Enforcement Reforms Gain Traction

In the wake of the national reckoning with racial injustice and policing, states and cities began re-evaluating their approach to...

First Highway & Transit Subcommittee Hearing of 2021 Tackles Racial Disparities in Traffic Enforcement

On Wednesday February 24, the House Subcommittee on Highways and Transit held its first hearing of 2021 on Examining Equity in...

Notable Themes at the Transportation Research Board’s 2021 Annual Meeting

Over several weeks in January, Eno policy staff attended the virtual Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting. The event, which...

A Preview of City and Agency Transportation Goals and Strategies in 2021

Most discussion about the outlook of U.S. transportation policy is focused on the incoming Biden administration and federal priorities....

Eno Releases First Iteration of Transit Construction Cost Database

A growing cadre of researchers, advocates, and experts are asking: why does it cost so much to build infrastructure, particularly...

Transportation ballot initiatives did well on Election Day, but not in Portland

Romic Aevaz speculates that a left-right peel-off was responsible for Portland's 2020 Get Moving initiative's defeat.

Major Wins for Transit, and Other Takeaways from Election Night

While the country awaits the results of the final vote count in a handful of key states in the Presidential race, the results from many...

At the City Level, Progressives Flex New Power

Romic Aevaz says that regardless of exact ballot initiative results, there is movement towards significant local investments in new...

Major Transit Expansions, Gig Worker Regulations, and Sidewalks: 10 Measures to Watch on Election Day

Millions of Americans have already cast their ballots in record breaking numbers in the run up to next Tuesday’s general election. In...

Austin voters to decide ballot measures on sweeping investments in transportation

This article includes information from Eno's webinar on Austin's 2020 transportation ballot measure, Project Connect.

Can Austin Supersize Transit Without Supercharging Gentrification?

This article includes information from Eno's webinar on Austin's 2020 transportation ballot measure, Project Connect.

Will Voters Give Public Transit a Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down?

“There was a real question of whether marquee initiatives would be postponed this year,” he says. “The fact that a lot of them...

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