Research ReportA Fast-Changing Mobility Landscape
To better understand these effects, Transdev, an international private-sector transport operator, commissioned a survey by Ipsos, a market research consultant, to gauge the challenges transit agencies face as well as their expectations of private sector transport operators. The survey of transit officials began with an open-ended question about their primary concerns over the next three years, followed by specific questions regarding their attitudes towards the deployment of new technology, partnerships, and customer service, among others. Eno prepared an independent summary, organized around several key themes that emerged as a result of an analysis of the results.
Research ReportEno Aviation Insights: Is air travel becoming pricier for travelers?
Eno Aviation Insights, aims to illustrate where the domestic air travel industry has been and where it is headed from an independent, objective perspective. The goal is not only look at system-wide averages, but also to try and discern what is happening in individual markets across the United States.
Research ReportNextGen Working Group Final Report
Eno’s NextGen Working Group brought together academics, former government officials, unions, and industry leaders representing airlines, airports, manufacturers, private operators, pilots, controllers, and the business community to discuss the future of U.S. air traffic control (ATC). This final report puts forth specific funding and operational recommendations that Congress can authorize when current law expires at the of the fiscal year this September.
Research ReportAddressing Future Capacity Needs in the U.S. Aviation System
Addressing Future Capacity Needs in the U.S. Aviation System explores the issue of system capacity in the airspace and at select hub airports and finds that the U.S. aviation network in its current state is unlikely to provide adequate capacity to accommodate projected growth in passengers over the next 20 years.
Research ReportThe Consequences of Reduced Federal Transportation Investment
The Consequences of Reduced Federal Transportation Investment is a report co-authored by the Eno Center for Transportation and the Bipartisan Policy Center. It outlines the foreseeable consequences of reductions in federal surface transportation funding.
Research ReportTransportation Investment as Part of a Deficit-Reduction Package
Transportation Investment as Part of a Deficit-Reduction Package summarizes the proceedings and conclusions from Eno's annual Policy Forum in November 2011 and expands the discussion of how transportation fits into the current fiscal debate.
Research ReportNextGen: Aligning Costs, Benefits and Political Leadership
The Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) represents a series of incremental policies, procedures, and technological changes to modernize the air traffic control (ATC) system into a more efficient, state-of-the-art satellite-based system.
Research ReportLessons Learned From the Chicago O’Hare Modernization Program
The modernization project at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago is an example of a modern transportation investment that is performing well. Applying the lessons from the OMP can help construct other large, important infrastructure projects in a timely and fiscally responsible manner.