Romic is a graduate of The University of Texas in Austin, where he completed his B.A. in Government and Humanities. Prior to joining Eno, Romic worked as a research intern at the Brookings Institution, where he contributed to research on the workforce implications of autonomous vehicles and the role of infrastructure policy in gubernatorial elections. During his time as an undergraduate in Austin, Romic also worked at the Mayor’s Office, where he was involved in the implementation of various strategic mobility initiatives as well as stakeholder outreach during the city’s land use plan overhaul.
Eno Transportation Weekly Articles
On Wednesday February 24, the House Subcommittee on Highways and Transit held its first hearing of 2021 on Examining Equity in Transportation Safety Enforcement. Witnesses included:
Over several weeks in January, Eno policy staff attended the virtual Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting. The event, which typically draws tens of thousands of attendees from all around the...
Media Mentions & Commentary
The Washington Examiner |
Romic Aevaz speculates that a left-right peel-off was responsible for Portland’s 2020 Get Moving initiative’s defeat. Share
Bloomberg City Lab |
Romic Aevaz says that regardless of exact ballot initiative results, there is movement towards significant local investments in new rail and mass transit Share