Romic Aevaz is a Policy Analyst at the Eno Center for Transportation, where he conducts research on a variety of transportation policies. He is currently helping lead Eno’s transit cost and project delivery research initiative, and has contributed to publications on data policy and fare integration for mobility on demand pilots. 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, Romic also worked at the Mayor’s Office in Austin, 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. Romic earned his B.A. in Government and Humanities at The University of Texas at Austin.
Eno Transportation Weekly Articles
Project Delivery,Public transit,Transit Workforce
This article is focused on aspects of Eno’s latest report: Saving Time and Making Cents: A Blueprint for Building Transit Better. For more information about community engagement, register...
Governance reform,Land use,Project Delivery,Public transit,Resilience,Transit Workforce
Cities, states, and metropolitan areas across the United States are investing in a range of public transit projects in order to connect people to jobs and economic opportunity, reduce greenhouse gas...
Media Mentions & Commentary
Construction Dive |
American rail projects with minimal tunneling take about six months longer to complete than similar non-U.S. projects, while all-underground construction can take nearly a year and a half longer to build than abroad, according to an analysis by the Eno Center for Transportation. Share
The Seattle Times |
Project delays reflect a lack of political will, concludes the report released Thursday by the nonpartisan Eno Center for Transportation, based in Washington, D.C., titled “A Blueprint for Building Transit Better.”Share