Eno in the News

Eno in the News

January 09,2020

Battle Begins as Administration Outlines National Environmental Policy Act Changes

Senior Policy Analyst Brianne Eby discusses how legal challenges may hinge on whether new NEPA regulations compromise underlying environmental protection laws. Share
January 07,2020

Transportation, Infrastructure Part of Arizona Tech Council 2020 Legislation Priorities

Paul Lewis discusses the importance of building digital infrastructure for transportation. Share
December 14,2019

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 Puentes said. Share
The Washington Post |
December 09,2019

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. Share
Streetsblog |
December 05,2019

Rural America Cashes In Under Trump

Jeff Davis shares his perspective on how the Trump administration has favored rural area transit funding, rather than urban. Share
November 26,2019

What has President Trump’s Department of Transportation done?

Jeff Davis speaks with Stephanie Ruhl on MSNBC about the USDOT and urban vs. rural funding. Share
Valliant News |
November 15,2019

Critics fear Trump will tap auto exec for NHTSA

Jeff Davis offers historical perspective on the timeline of President Trump’s NHTSA choice. Share
City Lab |
November 14,2019

In the Trump Era, Transportation Funding Is Simple: Build Roads

Eno Center’s Jeff Davis weighs in on how the modal section of Build grants favor roads. The past three years of discretionary grants have funded the construction of more roads and bridges while reducing commitments to mass transit, rail, and bike/pedestrian infrastructure. Share
U.S. News & World Report |
November 14,2019

States Face Potential Loss of Transportation Funding

U.S. News & World Report cites Jeff Davis on why the fundamental structure of transportation contract authority programs needs to be reconsidered. Share
Frederick News Post |
November 08,2019

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 things,” said Robert Puentes, the Executive Director at the Eno Center for Transportation, a D.C.-based think tank. “They’re passing their own gasoline taxes. blue states, red states, everything in between have raised their own gas […]
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