Eno Transportation Weekly

Eno Transportation Weekly

Week of October 5, 2020

  • October 09, 2020  | Jeff Davis

    More Airline Aid Now Won’t Move Without Resolution of Larger COVID Aid Bill

    Airlines, FY21, Public health,
    This was an interesting week for the aviation news beat in Congress. The end result is that many U.S. airlines and contractors are continuing a massive wave of layoffs that began on October 1, and...
  • October 09, 2020  | Romic Aevaz and Paul Lewis

    Eno Selects Final Case Studies for Ongoing Research into Transit Cost Delivery

    Project Delivery, Transit,
    As part of the ongoing effort to evaluate transit project delivery, Eno aims to identify why rail transit projects in the United States are costlier and take longer to build than many peer countries,...
Transit Agencies, Airports Spent Another $2.6 Billion of CARES Act Funding in August
Airports,FY20,Public health,Transit

Transit Agencies, Airports Spent Another $2.6 Billion of CARES Act Funding in August

U.S. mass transit providers and airport sponsors collectively spent another $2.6 billion of their $35 billion in special COVID-19 aid in August, according to new reporting from the Office of...

Gasoline Production Plateau Continues at 10 percent Below 2019
Fuel tax,Highway Trust Fund

Gasoline Production Plateau Continues at 10 percent Below 2019

Data from the Energy Department through the end of September continue to support the hypothesis that, post-lockdowns, U.S. gasoline production has stabilized at a "new normal" level of around 10...

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