Media Mentions

Media Mentions

Roll Call |
March 25,2020

Airlines get what they wanted in Senate stimulus negotiations

Eno’s Jeff Davis breaks down the funding for airlines in the coronavirus relief package. Share
DCist |
March 25,2020

How Much To Cut? Transit Agencies Try To Find The Right Balance Of Service During A Pandemic

Eno’s Paul Lewis discusses how transit agencies are trying to find a balance between not running empty busses and maintaining social distancing measures. Share
VICE |
March 22,2020

COVID-19 fallout boosts outlook for long-term infrastructure funding

Jeff Davis contends that a long-term infrastructure bill is the wrong solution to a recession in which there is a short-term collapse of retail demand. Share
Seattle Times |
March 19,2020

Sound Transit, Metro facing big drops in funding as coronavirus downturn takes hold

Paul Lewis provides a national perspective about transit economic loss in relation to the Sound Transit region. Share
AZ Central |
March 10,2020

‘They’re getting pummeled’: Travel industry reeling from coronavirus concerns, anxiety

Paul Lewis discusses the impacts of coronavirus on domestic and international travel, as well as falling oil prices. Share
VICE |
March 09,2020

Why the US Sucks at Building Public Transit

Check out commentary from Eno’s Jeff Davis on the extremely high costs of U.S. public transit projects compared to other countries. Share
Associated Press |
February 21,2020

Trump tries new approach for $1 trillion infrastructure plan

“There was much criticism of this administration when they kept promising a $1 trillion infrastructure plan, and the budget came out, and there was only $200 billion in actual federal money,” said Jeff Davis, senior fellow at the nonprofit Eno Center for Transportation in Washington, D.C. “This year, it’s actually $1 trillion in honest-to-God spending […]
City Lab |
February 18,2020

What 4 Years of Trump’s Transportation Budgets Add Up To

Jeff Davis provides commentary on President Donald Trump’s 2021 budget request. Share
Engineering News Record |
February 12,2020

Cities Deploy Smart-Parking Technologies

“Some cities are experimenting with variable price parking, dynamically priced, so parking spaces are always available, relative to demand,” says Paul Lewis. Share
Engineering News Record |
February 12,2020

Driverless Shuttles Make Headway in the U.S.

Paul Lewis comments on how shuttle companies are trying to have a platform to test their products, to see how well their vehicles and software operate in the real world. Share
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