Emily Han

Emily Han

Emily Han is a Policy Analyst, researching and writing for Eno’s Center for Transportation Policy. Before joining Eno, she received her MSc in Transport & City Planning from the Bartlett School of Planning at University College London.

Ms. Han also holds a BA in urban design studies from New York University, where she became interested in public transit and multimodal travel. She chose to specialize in transportation planning and policy as an opportunity to not only further explore sustainable travel, but also the intersection of transportation with other sectors, such as economic development and infrastructure investment.

Media Mentions & Commentary

The Morning Call |
September 08,2016

Northampton County’s upcoming bridge project is breaking the mold

The P3 model is being used in other places across the country, but its success record has been mixed, said Emily Han, a P3 policy expert for the Eno Center for Transportation, a transportation think-tank based out of Washington, D.C. In order for the P3s to work well, governments need to dive into the details and divvy up who is accountable for different scenarios that may delay work or damage infrastructure.
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