Eno Transportation Weekly

Eno Transportation Weekly

Week of June 27, 2022

  • July 01, 2022  | Jeff Davis

    Full Committee OKs FY23 Transportation-HUD Funding Bill

    Appropriations, FY23,
    Yesterday afternoon, the House Appropriations Committee, by voice vote, approved the bill providing annual funding for the Department of Transportation (and the Department of Housing and Urban...
  • July 01, 2022  | Phil Plotch

    Transit Ridership: Not Expected to Return to Pre-Pandemic Levels This Decade

    Buses, Public transit,
    Since the COVID pandemic began, transit agencies have been trying to figure out when all their riders will come back. Although local bus ridership is bouncing back from post-pandemic lows, it is...
DOT Launches 5-Year, $1B Grant Program Targeting Highway Removal and More
Equity,Highways,Infrastructure,USDOT

DOT Launches 5-Year, $1B Grant Program Targeting Highway Removal and More

The Biden administration this week kicked off a first-of-its-kind federal grant program to help communities nationwide address physically divisive infrastructure like highways, bridges, and railways...

Several Major Fiscal Issues Left for Congress in 2022, but Not Much Time
Appropriations,Budget,FY23

Several Major Fiscal Issues Left for Congress in 2022, but Not Much Time

The 117th Congress expires at noon on January 3, 2023. While this appears to be six months from now on a normal calendar, this is a strange year, and there are still three large bills with a lot of...

DOT Rolls Out IIJA Grade Crossing Grant Program
Rail Safety

DOT Rolls Out IIJA Grade Crossing Grant Program

After a weekend that saw multiple train derailments due to accidents with road vehicles at grade crossings, the U.S. Department of Transportation yesterday announced the availability of $573 million...

Texas Central HSR Project Wins Eminent Domain Case
High-Speed Rail

Texas Central HSR Project Wins Eminent Domain Case

The Texas Supreme Court on June 24 ruled, in a 5 to 3 opinion, that the private Texas Central high-speed rail project from Dallas to Houston can use eminent domain power to take property for...

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