Brianne Eby is a former Senior Policy Analyst at the Eno Center for Transportation, where she managed and conducted research on a variety of transportation policies. Recently, her research has addressed the regulatory aspects of integrating new mobility options into existing transportation services in cities, transportation’s influence on climate and the environment, best practices in congestion pricing, and transit agency governance. Brianne earned her B.A. in Psychology from Indiana University and her M.S. in Environmental Studies from the University of Colorado-Boulder.
Eno Transportation Weekly Articles
On Thursday, December 9, the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee’s Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials Subcommittee held a hearing, “Leveraging IIJA: Plans for Expanding...
Project Delivery,Public transit
This article is focused on aspects of Eno’s latest report: Saving Time and Making Cents: A Blueprint for Building Transit Better. For more information about right-of-way...
Media Mentions & Commentary
Greater Greater Washington |
“Singapore, London, and Stockholm each saw drops in vehicle emissions after congestion pricing was introduced”—in these cases, the cordon scheme—according to the Eno Center for Transportation. Share
E&E News |
Brianne Eby, senior policy analyst at the Eno Center for Transportation, said market movement has to work in tandem with federal and state policies to accomplish a suite of goals. Share