Author: Robert Puentes

St. Louis Pulls Bid to Privatize its Airport

In the late 1990s, the St. Louis Lambert International Airport was the nation's 15th-largest, with more traffic than Seattle-Tacoma,...

Eno Project Seeks to Understand Transit Costs/Delivery

A recent subway extension in New York City cost around $2.5 billion per mile to build while another under central Paris cost only $250...

More bus lanes coming to DC streets in 2020

The transformation that we’re looking for is a radical re-commitment to the bus,” Eno Center for Transportation President Rob...

Business groups that helped win Metro funding launch campaign to improve region’s bus service

Robert Puentes discusses how private-sector pressure was needed to achieve the D.C. metro's new funding goals.

Strong Growth in Transportation Spending by States

According to a new report by the National Association of State Budget Officers (NASBO), overall spending by states increased across the...

Eno to Curate and Maintain STPP’s Archives

In the fall of 1990, a group of organizations got together to make the case that a comprehensive transportation policy serving...

New Eno Report: Transportation Workforce Planning and Development Strategies

Federal and state transportation workforce shortages are widely considered a problem, presenting “a present and growing need” for...

Europe’s Congestion Pricing Lessons For America

Robert Puentes shares the lessons learned from Eno's Congestion Pricing Study Tour, where members of the Eno team went to Europe to...

Transportation Workforce Crisis: Denver Cuts Transit Service Due to Staff Shortages

The nation's workforce challenges are well known. Much is written about the workforce pipeline challenges of drivers in the trucking...

Takeaways from a European Congestion Pricing Study Tour

In the United States, congestion pricing continues to garner considerable attention from policymakers and transportation advocates. New...

House Budget Panel Looks at Need for Federal Investment in Infrastructure

Any Congressional hearing focusing on "America’s Infrastructure" is bound to be wide ranging. This week's House Committee on the...

Cold Water from Congress on Congestion Pricing

Congress was back in town this week and the House Subcommittee on Highways and Transit jumped in with a timely hearing on congestion...

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