Brianne Eby

Brianne Eby

Brianne Eby is a policy analyst at the Eno Center for Transportation, where she manages and conducts 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

Bicycle,Dockless,Micromobility,Streets

Three Takeaways from the Lime Electric Scooter Education and Safety Summit

July 19,2019 July 19, 2019 On July 11, Lime, the micromobility company, hosted policymakers, academic researchers, advocates, law enforcement officials, and other transportation and public health practitioners...
Freight,Highway Trust Fund,Trucking

Transportation Opportunities for a Green New (Infrastructure) Deal

May 23,2019 May 23, 2019 Last week, transportation and infrastructure professionals convened around the country to discuss priorities for a national infrastructure agenda. This week of events fell amidst...
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Media Mentions & Commentary

Smart Cities Dive |
August 16,2019

Lyft pulls e-bikes from San Francisco after battery fires

It’s important to think about the city’s policy goals... If the goal is to reduce vehicle miles traveled, does banning dockless vehicles for however long meet those goals? This is something we can collect data on as we investigate, and I would approach it from that perspective.
Biparsian Policy Center |
June 13,2019

The Infrastructure Debate – Congestion Pricing

"Traffic buildup is a big issue in cities, especially in cities such as New York. One way officials are trying to control growing congestion is through “congestion pricing.” Brianne Eby, a policy analyst from the Eno Center, gives us an overview of what congestion pricing is and how it may be a better alternative to standard tolling."
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