Eno in the News

Eno in the News

Travel Weekly |
February 13,2019

Shutdown disruptions fodder for supporters of ATC privatization

"The recent five-week partial government shutdown offered new fodder for those who support turning air traffic control (ATC) over to a nonprofit private entity."
Smart Cities Dive |
February 13,2019

What the closing of Chariot shuttles means for our progress toward new mobility

Despite the shuttering of Ford's microtransit arm, efficient and on-demand shuttles are here to stay — they just have to find their path. Eno's Microtransit paper is cited.
Infrastructure Week |
February 01,2019

Ballots, Ballots, and More Ballots

Robert Puentes, the President CEO of the Eno Center for Transportation joins us for a whirlwind tour of all the transportation ballot initiatives taking place around the country. We talk trends, getting local, and the future of transportation funding.
Move Forward |
January 31,2019

Inside the Transportation Data Tug of War

Eno's Alice Grossman says that as the urban transportation web becomes more complex, the data being collected by mobility companies are an important part of the picture, and that more transparency from those companies is overdue.
Mother Nature Network |
January 30,2019

Tokyo Metro offers free noodles to help thin out rush hour crowds

Robert Puentes of the Eno Center for Transportation tells NPR that although numerous subway systems in the U.S. experience lamentable overcrowding during rush hour, none offer perks like food vouchers to commuters who are willing to hop on the train a bit earlier or hold off and go a bit later.
WTOP |
January 28,2019

Regionwide bus route overhaul to start next year

Eno's President and CEO Rob Puentes is chairing the Bus Transformation Project’s Executive Steering Committee, which will make recommendations to help speed up buses and provide better service in the DC area.
Washington Post |
January 25,2019

Region’s bus network is too slow, complex, and increasingly threatened by competition, analysis says

Eno and the Boston Consulting Group presented to the DC Metro board the factors contributing to steep Metrobus ridership declines.
NPR |
January 22,2019

Tokyo’s Metro Is Betting Free Soba Noodles Can Help Ease Congestion

Tokyo's metro system is offering free soba noodles for riders who travel early - Eno's Rob Puentes says there's nothing quite like it in the U.S.
Planetizen |
January 22,2019

Inland Waterways Looking for a Comeback

Alexander Laska reports on the growing demand for freight movement and how inland waterways can take some of that demand - but not without significant investment and partnership from the federal government.
KJZZ |
January 22,2019

Arizona Slow To Adopt Alternative Fuel Policies Despite Climate Change Effects, Population Growth

Paul Lewis says the transportation sector "has been particularly difficult to decarbonize," posing a "huge environmental challenge."
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