Alexander Bond is a Transportation Policy Analyst in Office of the Secretary for Policy at U.S. DOT. Previously he served as Director of Eno’s Center for Transportation Leadership. In this capacity he oversaw Eno’s programs related to training and workforce development.

Mr. Bond brings 10 years of experience in transportation research, outreach, and technology transfer. Prior to joining Eno, Mr. Bond was a Senior Associate at ICF International, where he led multiple projects for the Federal Highway Administration, Federal Transit Administration, and the Transportation Research Board. He previously served as a Research Associate at the University of South Florida’s Center for Urban Transportation Research, Policy Analyst at the National Association of Regional Councils, and Associate at the Urban Land Institute.

Mr. Bond holds a B.A. in geography and an M.A. in urban and regional planning from the University of Florida. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners, the American Public Transportation Association’s Human Resources Committee, the Transportation Research Board’s Committee on Metropolitan Policy, Planning, and Processes, and Treasurer of the American Planning Association’s Regional and Intergovernmental Planning Division.

Eno Transportation Weekly Articles

Trump Infrastructure Plan Summary, Pt. 2 - Project Delivery and Workforce Development

February 15, 2018 - This is part two of our summary of President Trump's infrastructure initiative

Bringing MPOs Into the FAST Era

February 2, 2018 - The policy and practice under which metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) operate has not kept up with shifts in federal policy. It is time to update the role MPOs play.

Media Mentions & Commentary

METRANS Transportation Center|July 23, 2018|

USC PhD Candidate Sue Dexter Shines at Eno Future Leaders Development Conference

USC Price doctoral student in Urban Planning and Development, Sue Dexter, was selected from applicants nationwide to be a summer 2018 Eno Future Leaders Development Conference fellow.

Tampa Bay Times|February 2, 2017|

More voices for regional Tampa Bay transit

A new study released last week by the Tampa Bay Partnership marks another fresh step in the years-old push to modernize the region's transportation system. The report calls for addressing transportation improvements by thinking and...