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.
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“Due to people living further and further away from the city, even though the amount of people commuting is going down, their commute times are going up,” Aevaz said. Share
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This article recaps an Eno webinar on Local Option Sales Taxes, which was moderated by Romic Aevaz. Share