Eno Transportation Weekly

Eno Transportation Weekly

Week of August 10, 2020

  • August 14, 2020  | Jeff Davis

    Congress Leaves COVID Aid, Surface Transportation Unfinished Until September (Probably)

    Highways & Streets, Transit,
    Yesterday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) decided to stop keeping the Senate technically in session in the increasingly unlikely event that Democratic and Republican leaders could...
  • August 14, 2020  | Katherine Idziorek

    Op-Ed: Preparing for the Next Disaster: Looking Beyond COVID-19 Toward Multi-Hazard Approaches to Transportation Planning

    Transportation systems play an important role in responding to a range of disasters, from aiding evacuation from hurricanes and wildfires to helping to deliver resources after earthquakes. COVID-19...
How Should Future COVID Mass Transit Aid Be Distributed?
FY20,Public health,Transit

How Should Future COVID Mass Transit Aid Be Distributed?

If you follow transportation Twitter, you may have noticed the hashtag #SaveTransit making the rounds this week, as advocacy groups tried to press Congress to appropriate another $32 billion (at...

Increased Focus on Environmental Justice in Federal Transportation Policy Proposals
Emissions,Environment,USDOT

Increased Focus on Environmental Justice in Federal Transportation Policy Proposals

All federal agencies, including the USDOT, have had a mandate to incorporate environmental justice into their missions since 1994. The topic has recently received significantly more public attention...

State Highway Spending Down Slightly in July
Highway Trust Fund,Highways & Streets

State Highway Spending Down Slightly in July

State highway departments may be reacting to the coronavirus revenue crisis by making significant cutbacks in future spending plans, but the effect on the actual spending currently going on...

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