Paul Lewis

Paul Lewis

Paul Lewis is Vice President of Policy and Finance at the Eno Center for Transportation. In that capacity, he directs Eno’s policy research programs, including paper development and event organization. Lewis regularly gives speeches, presentations, and participates in events on behalf of Eno to government, industry groups, and various public forums. He is responsible for the management of the organization’s finances and has helped build Eno’s policy program from the ground up, continuing to strategically seek out emerging and challenging issues.

Lewis has led policy projects related to federal policy, transportation planning, and transportation governance. Lewis has extensive experience in transportation technologies, automated vehicles, aviation, freight, public transit, pricing, and economic development. He received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Ohio Northern University and his M.S. Transportation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lewis has served on the board of Young Professionals in Transportation, on the advisory board for Carnegie Mellon University’s Future of Work program, and was named Mass Transit’s Top 40 Under 40 in 2016.

Eno Transportation Weekly Articles

Automated Vehicles,Transportation Technology

New Automated Vehicle Safety Self-Assessment from BMW Reveals AV Technology Progress, Policy Gaps

May 15,2020 Last week BMW quietly released a new Voluntary Safety Self-Assessment (VSSA), which was posted to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) website. The BMW VSSA is specifically...
Rail Safety

COVID-19 Makes Meeting PTC Deadline Challenging, But Not Impossible

May 01,2020 While COVID-19 ravages public transit ridership and is having devastating effects on frontline workers, transit agencies are still quietly working to install and operationalize positive train control...
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Media Mentions & Commentary

News 18 |
July 13,2020

Fully Autonomous Self-driving Cars May Take Years to Come, Experts Say Difficulties Ahead

We’re still a long way from a true Level 4 system, so the ‘very close to Level 5’ comment seems out of nowhere, especially given the reset people have had in recent years,” said Paul Lewis. Share
Technology Inquirer |
July 11,2020

Long road ahead for fully self-driving cars, despite Tesla claim

Paul Lewis said there was “tremendous excitement” several years ago about the potential for full autonomy, but it has since waned. Share
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