Governance

Issues & Modes / Governance

Governance is at the core of any transportation issue. Public, private, and nonprofit actors are the machinery that enables the economy to function, compete effectively for employers and labor, and foster innovation. The ability of agencies to respond to changing and expanding demands varies across the country as is shaped to a large extent by a range of different institutional and organizational structures. Governance determines who makes decisions about capital and operating plans and sets out a process for how those decisions are made. Each structure has its own implications for funding, equitable and effective service patterns, and economic growth.

Guest Op-Ed: Passengers with Disabilities and Workers Must Not Be Overlooked in COVID 4 Bill

Background As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the U.S., the virus and our collective response is disproportionately affecting...

Were State DOTs Really Left Out of the “CV3” Bill?

The American Public Transportation Association requested $16 billion in direct aid for transit agencies as part of the third...

OST Policy Nominee Fulton Faces Senate Confirmation Hearing

The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee held a hearing this week on three pending Trump Administration nominees,...

Proposed NEPA Regulations: No Significant Changes for Highway and Transit Projects

As part of our focus on People & the Environment, Eno will be having a Point-Counter Point Series for Eno Transportation Weekly on...

Chao Defends FY21 USDOT Budget in House Hearing

Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao yesterday gave her first defense of the Trump Administration's fiscal 2021 USDOT budget request,...

CEQ’s Proposed NEPA Regulations: Are They Really That Terrible or So Very Helpful for Surface Transportation Projects?

As part of our focus on People & the Environment, Eno will be having a Point-Counter Point Series for Eno Transportation Weekly on...

Democratic Candidates Outline Their Infrastructure Ideas

Four of the Democratic presidential candidates took part in a moderated discussion of infrastructure issues in Las Vegas on February...

Comprehensive Statements of National Transportation Policy

The concept of "national transportation policy" is a mid-20th-century phenomenon. Before 1937, "transportation" was thought of by...

Trump Requests $89 Billion for USDOT in FY 2021 Budget

The Trump Administration today released its fiscal year 2021 budget request to Congress, which includes $89.2 billion in gross...

Senators Propose Naming USDOT Headquarters Building for William Coleman

A bipartisan group of Senators this week introduced a bill to name the U.S. Department of Transportation headquarters building after...

Takeaways from the Transportation Research Board’s 99th Annual Meeting

This week, 14,000 transportation researchers and practitioners convened in Washington, DC for the Transportation Research Board annual...

Guest Op-Ed: Less Spectrum Means Less Safety

We rarely hear about the 37,000 people who die every year on our roads. The statistics are staggering, which is a big part of the...

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