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Webinar: The Key to Building Great Communities: Listening for Understanding

When Lynn Peterson began working as a transportation engineer, she was taught to evaluate roadway projects based only on metrics...

Webinar: Micromobility Update: Taking Stock and Planning for the Future

Shared electric bikes and scooters have sprung up in several cities across the United States with a promise to fill the existing gaps...

Transportation at the Ballot Box: A Post-Election Inventory

It’s been just a little over a week since the 2022 midterm elections, and as always, there were quite a few upsets and surprises in...

Senate Holds Hearing on IIJA Implementation

On Tuesday, November 17, the Subcommittee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee...

Transit Agencies Struggle Amid Commuting Patterns Still in Flux

"For Philip Plotch, principal researcher at the Washington, D.C.-based Eno Center for Transportation, the more important question is...

The Elections and Transportation

An article by Robert Puentes and Jonathan Hammond for the Eno Center for Transportation describes the various ballot measures that will...

Transportation at the Ballot Box: What to Watch

On Election Day next week, voters in at least 21 states will decide on hundreds of important questions related to transportation...

Looking to the Horizon: How Agencies are Anticipating the Mass Transit Fiscal Cliff

This is the second article in a multi-part series exploring the looming mass transit fiscal cliff Eno's analysis of the National...

Shining More Lights on a Multi-Billion Dollar Problem: High Costs for Transit Construction

Eno and the NYU Marron Institute have been trying to answer similar questions. Marron Institute has been assessing “Why do...

Stuck in New York: Driver Shortages and Other Factors Leaving Some Lehigh Valley Bus Riders Stranded and Frustrated

“A lot of these bus operators can’t provide the service that they want to provide,” said Philip Plotch, a researcher at the Eno...

A Fistful of Data: FTA Updates Transit Database Reporting Requirements

Hear ye, hear ye! As a direct result the IIJA's passage, the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) is changing its data reporting...

FTA Offers $600M for Transit Rail Car Replacement Grants

If at first you can't get a new grant program up and running before the first year's worth of funding rolls over, then go ahead and put...

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