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

Connected Vehicles,Transportation Technology

FCC Posts Proposed Rule to Reallocate 5.9 GHz Spectrum, Seeks Comments

February 07,2020 In line with a general policy of allowing more flexible use of radio frequency spectrum, the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) posted a proposed rule on February 6 that would reallocate...
Governance reform,Local governance,Transit

Recent Transit Strikes Show the Pitfalls of Contracting Services for the Wrong Reasons

January 03,2020 Unlike many of their counterparts in Europe and Asia, most public transit agencies in the United States directly operate fixed-route transit services with their own employees, using equipment...
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Media Mentions & Commentary

Engineering News Record |
February 12,2020

Cities Deploy Smart-Parking Technologies

“Some cities are experimenting with variable price parking, dynamically priced, so parking spaces are always available, relative to demand,” says Paul Lewis. Share
Engineering News Record |
February 12,2020

Driverless Shuttles Make Headway in the U.S.

Paul Lewis comments on how shuttle companies are trying to have a platform to test their products, to see how well their vehicles and software operate in the real world. Share
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