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Amtrak Year-End Reporting Shows Ongoing Ridership, Expense Problems

A review of Amtrak's final monthly operating report for fiscal year 2022 shows that ridership and revenue on key routes continues to...

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...

Eno Launches New Podcast Series with Jeff Davis

The U.S. government may have its origins in appreciation for the Greco-Roman world, but it actually operates in a fairly Byzantine...

Capitol Hill Events – Week of November 28, 2022

Tuesday, November 29 – Senate Environment and Public Works – full committee business meeting to vote on nominations, including...

2022 Elections: D’s Keep Senate Control; GOP May Gain Razor-Thin House Majority

In a fascinating set of midterm elections, Democrats have maintained the barest measure of control over the Senate chamber, while the...

Capitol Hill Events – Week of November 14, 2022

Tuesday, November 15 – Senate Environment and Public Works – Subcommittee on Transportation and Infrastructure – subcommittee...

Democrats Face House Losses, but Just How Big a Wave?

The midterm jinx for the President’s party is a clearly significant pattern, and it’s not hard to miss. Here are how each...

Senate Control Likely to Be a Close Call in 2022 Races

The U.S. Senate is currently tied at 50 seats apiece for the two parties (counting two technical independents who caucus with, and...

Changes in Transportation Committee Leaders Driven Largely by Retirements and Term Limits

Many of the changes in control of Congressional transportation policy and funding that will take effect next year are guaranteed no...

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...

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