Author: Romic Aevaz

Pre-outbreak, Austin’s commute times kept growing in 2019

“Due to people living further and further away from the city, even though the amount of people commuting is going down, their commute...

Eno Releases New Report on MOD Fare Integration with Transit

Over the past several years, some transit agencies have adopted more sophisticated electronic fare payment methods and achieved greater...

Local Option Sales Tax ballot issues may be the way to fund future road projects

This article recaps an Eno webinar on Local Option Sales Taxes, which was moderated by Romic Aevaz.

MOD Fare Integration for Transit: A Case Study in the Los Angeles and Puget Sound Regions

MOD Fare Integration for Transit is part of our research report series examining the FTA Sandbox Program in the Los Angeles and Puget...

Op-Ed: Transportation and the Police Part 2: The Enforcement Problem in Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety

This article is the second piece in a Transportation and the Police op-ed series by Eno's Romic Aevaz. You can read the first article...

Op-Ed: Transportation and the Police: Reconsidering Traffic Enforcement

This article is the first piece in a Transportation and the Police op-ed series by Eno's Romic Aevaz. You can read the second op-ed...

House Subcommittee Hearing on U.S. Maritime Supply Chain During the COVID-19 Pandemic

On Friday, May 29, the House Subcommittee on the Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation held a hearing entitled “The Status of the...

Transportation Ballot Measures Face COVID-19 Era Test in Ohio

Ohioans cast their ballots in the state’s primary election on Tuesday, April 28. Originally scheduled for March 17, the election had...

COVID-19 Crisis Casts Uncertainty Over Fate of 2020 Ballot Measures

The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted a reconsideration of nearly all aspects of the November 2020 elections, from campaigning and...

COVID-19 Pandemic Prompts Extension of Real ID Enforcement Deadline

On Thursday, March 26, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf announced a one-year extension of the Real ID enforcement...

House Subcommittee Hearing Tackles Capital Funding Challenges, but Fails to Address the Ballooning Cost of U.S. Rail Infrastructure

On Wednesday, March 4, the House Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials held a hearing entitled "Funding a...

Senate Hearing Looks at Hours of Service Rules, Minimum Age Requirements, and Technology Issues in Trucking

The Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Transportation and Safety held a February 4 hearing on Stakeholder Perspectives on Trucking in...

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