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  • Contracting for Mobility: A Case Study in the Los Angeles and Puget Sound Regions

    Shared vehicles

    New privately-run mobility services are now ubiquitous in many urban regions. These include ride-hailing (e.g., Uber, Lyft, and Via) as well as on-demand micro-mobility services such as shared electric scooters and bicycles. While these services are private ventures, companies and public entities...

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  • Delivering Better Outcomes: Recommendations to Improve the Governance and Oversight of DC Circulator and Streetcar

    Governance reform

    The District of Columbia contributes to the regional transportation network by providing two public transit systems in the city. The DC Circulator consists of six fixed-route bus lines throughout the city, and the DC Streetcar is one single rail line running along the H Street corridor in...

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Lessons Learned from TIGER Discretionary Grant Program
Research Report

Lessons Learned from TIGER Discretionary Grant Program

September 09,2015 The Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) program was established as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (also known as the ARRA or “stimulus...
The Consequences of Reduced Federal Transportation Investment
Research Report

The Consequences of Reduced Federal Transportation Investment

September 09,2015 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...
Better Use of Public Dollars: Economic Analysis in Transportation Decision Making
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Better Use of Public Dollars: Economic Analysis in Transportation Decision Making

September 09,2015 Better Use of Public Dollars: Economic Analysis in Transportation Decision Making is the first annual William P. Eno Research Paper. Authored by Texas A&M Graduate Nick Norboge, the paper focuses on...
Transportation Investment as Part of a Deficit-Reduction Package
Research Report

Transportation Investment as Part of a Deficit-Reduction Package

September 09,2015 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...
NextGen: Aligning Costs, Benefits and Political Leadership
Research Report

NextGen: Aligning Costs, Benefits and Political Leadership

September 09,2015 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...
Lessons Learned From the Chicago O’Hare Modernization Program
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Lessons Learned From the Chicago O’Hare Modernization Program

September 09,2015 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...
Intermodal: Moving Freight in a Global Economy
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Intermodal: Moving Freight in a Global Economy

May 11,2010 Intermodal Transportation: Moving Freight in a Global Economy is a comprehensive textbook that offers an overview of the history and state of the art freight logistics and supply chain management.
Transportation Investment: New Insights in Economic Analysis
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Transportation Investment: New Insights in Economic Analysis

February 23,1999 This is a PDF of the final report on a policy forum held by the Eno Transportation Foundation on February 23, 1999 in which 35 academic, government, and private-sector leaders met to discuss the...
Eno: The Man and the Foundation
Book,Research Report

Eno: The Man and the Foundation

May 11,1988 In the annals of history, a figure sometimes emerges who, though not universally known, is nonetheless of crucial significance. Such a figure was William Phelps Eno, the founder of the Eno...
Parking – For Institutions and Special Events
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Parking – For Institutions and Special Events

May 11,1982 This publication provides information that is helpful in planning and designing cost-effective parking for institutions and special events.
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