Greg Rogers was the Assistant Editor of Eno Transportation Weekly (ETW) and a Senior Policy Analyst at the Eno Center for Transportation.
Greg reports on transportation policy developments in Congress, the Administration, and state legislatures. He specializes in federal and state policies around autonomous vehicles, smart cities, and emerging technology.
Before joining Eno, Greg worked in Congress on both sides of the aisle, represented public and private sector clients before Congress and the Administration, and helped guide POLITICO Pro’s expansion into federal and state government markets.
A burgeoning interest in transportation technology led Greg to become an Uber and Lyft driver in 2015. This inspired him to co-found The Autonomer, a website focused on automation and transportation issues, with Patrick Smith in 2015.
Greg is also the co-founder of Connected CarTalk DC, a community of transportation tech professionals who meet regularly in Washington, DC.; co-host and co-founder of The Mobility Podcast; and Vice Chair of Communications for Young Professionals in Transportation-Washington, DC Chapter (YPT-DC). He received his B.A. in Political Economy from the University of California at Berkeley and studied Political Science at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Eno Transportation Weekly Articles
Automated Vehicles,Buses,Connected Vehicles,Cybersecurity,Federal Governance,Freight,Freight rail,Governance,Highways,Maritime,Pipelines,Public transit,Rail,Railroads,Streets,Traffic Safety,Transit Workforce,Trucking,Trucking Workforce,Unmanned Aerial Systems
March 9, 2018
Last week, the U.S. Department of Transportation publicly announced the next phase of its bold initiative to encourage the adoption of automation technologies in transportation.
Automated Vehicles,Federal Governance,Governance
March 2, 2018
While much of the conversation around self-driving technology has revolved around the potential safety benefits, the White House and politicians are now pointing to yet another silver...
Media Mentions & Commentary
Transportation Today |
The president of Transport Workers Union Local 208 took to a microphone on Dec. 6 to deliver a message to Ohioans: “Bus drivers keep you safe.” The union, which represents about 650 drivers and other workers at Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA), held a press conference at the state capitol in Columbus, Ohio, that day because they’re worried about self-driving buses. They see a threat, not only in the potential dangers of driverless vehicles, but also in the possible loss of...