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  • Congestion Pricing in the United States

    There is no silver bullet to fix the woes of urban mobility and access, but congestion pricing is a proven, viable, and effective tool. Charging a fee for the parts of the roadway network used the most during the busiest times of day reduces demand. The charges incentivize travelers to switch to...

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  • Data on Demand: A Case Study in the Los Angeles and Puget Sound Regions

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    Data on Demand is the second paper in our research report series examining the Case Study in the Los Angeles and Puget Sound Regions.  Transit agencies across the country are testing mobility-on-demand (MOD) projects in order to evaluate whether or how such pilots could be part of their...

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Time for Reform: Delivering Modern Air Traffic Control
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Time for Reform: Delivering Modern Air Traffic Control

February 15,2017 Between 2013 and 2015, the Eno Center for Transportation brought together key stakeholders to understand how best to hasten modernization of the nation’s air traffic control (ATC) system.
Life in the FASTLANE: Recommendations for Improving Federal Freight Grants
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Life in the FASTLANE: Recommendations for Improving Federal Freight Grants

February 13,2017 This paper examines the first round of FASTLANE projects and discusses several options for Congress and the Administration to improve upon the program.
The Need for Regional Transportation Governance in Tampa Bay
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The Need for Regional Transportation Governance in Tampa Bay

January 30,2017 Tampa Bay, Florida is home to nearly 3 million residents and is the 18th largest metro region in the country, bigger than Denver, Charlotte, or Orlando. It ranks 22nd in terms of number of jobs, and...
Intermodal Transportation: Moving Freight in a Global Economy (Part 2)
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Intermodal Transportation: Moving Freight in a Global Economy (Part 2)

August 16,2016 Intermodal Transportation: Moving Freight in a Global Economy responds to a need for a comprehensive textbook that offers an overview of the history and state of the art freight logistics and supply...
Intermodal Transportation: Moving Freight in a Global Economy (Part 1)
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Intermodal Transportation: Moving Freight in a Global Economy (Part 1)

August 16,2016 Intermodal Transportation: Moving Freight in a Global Economy responds to a need for a comprehensive textbook that offers an overview of the history and state of the art freight logistics and supply...
Transportation Weekly Issue Brief – Do We Still Need the Highway Trust Fund?
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Transportation Weekly Issue Brief – Do We Still Need the Highway Trust Fund?

May 26,2016 Transportation Weekly issue brief dated May 12, 2014, entitled "Do We Still Need the Highway Trust Fund?"
Delivering the Goods: Recommendations for Funding a Federal Freight Program
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Delivering the Goods: Recommendations for Funding a Federal Freight Program

May 19,2016 Delivering the Goods focuses on finding a funding source for expanding and improving the national freight program established by the Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. While this was...
Emerging Technology Trends In Transportation
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Emerging Technology Trends In Transportation

February 10,2016 This paper seeks to provide an overview of technology advances in transportation, focusing on those likely to have important implications for transportation policy.
NextGen Working Group Final Report
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NextGen Working Group Final Report

September 09,2015 Eno’s NextGen Working Group brought together academics, former government officials, unions, and industry leaders representing airlines, airports, manufacturers, private operators, pilots,...
Reagan Devolution: The Real Story of the 1982 Gas Tax Increase
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Reagan Devolution: The Real Story of the 1982 Gas Tax Increase

September 09,2015 Remembered as a triumph of bipartisanship, the reality of the 1982 gas tax increase was a bit messier.
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