Resources / Webinars

  • December 08,2022

    Webinar: Micromobility Update: Taking Stock and Planning for the Future

    Shared electric bikes and scooters have sprung up in several cities across the United States with a promise to fill the existing gaps in urban mobility systems and to transform how people travel. Driven largely by private investments, they have been evolving constantly to meet the changing market...

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  • December 14,2022

    Webinar: The Key to Building Great Communities: Listening for Understanding

    When Lynn Peterson began working as a transportation engineer, she was taught to evaluate roadway projects based only on metrics related to driver safety, allowable speed for the highest number of cars, project schedule, and budget. Involving the community and collaborating with peers were never...

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Upcoming Webinars

  • January 11,2023

    Eno’s Leadership Awards Reception

  • December 14,2022

    Webinar: The Key to Building Great Communities: Listening for Understanding

Past Webinars

  • November 10,2022

    Rapid Response Webinar: Ballot’s Up: An Analysis of Transportation Ballot Measures and Election Results

  • October 04,2022

    Webinar: The Role of Technology in Modernizing Supply Chains

  • September 29,2022

    Webinar: On the Right Track: Rail Transit Project Delivery Around the World

  • July 14,2022

    Webinar: The Fast Lane to an EV Future

  • June 22,2022

    Webinar: The IIJA in Play: Six Months Later

  • June 16,2022

    Webinar: Planning for People: The History and Future of Inclusive Transit Planning


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