Brianne Eby is a former Senior Policy Analyst at the Eno Center for Transportation, where she managed and conducted research on a variety of transportation policies. Recently, her research has addressed the regulatory aspects of integrating new mobility options into existing transportation services in cities, transportation’s influence on climate and the environment, best practices in congestion pricing, and transit agency governance. Brianne earned her B.A. in Psychology from Indiana University and her M.S. in Environmental Studies from the University of Colorado-Boulder.

Eno Transportation Weekly Articles

T&I Hearing Looks at Expanded Intercity Passenger Rail

December 10, 2021 - On Thursday, December 9, the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee’s Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials Subcommittee held a hearing, “Leveraging IIJA: Plans for Expanding Intercity Passenger Rail.”

The Case for Better Rail Transit Routing to Maximize Public Benefits

October 8, 2021 - In the U.S., higher project costs, finite financial resources, and a desire to minimize disruptions to local communities often leads projects sponsors to place rail lines in highway medians or other...


July 29, 2021|Buses, Infrastructure, Project Delivery, Public transit

Saving Time and Making Cents: A Blueprint for Building Transit Better

As part of an 18-month research, policy, and communications project, Eno set out to analyze current and historical trends in public transit project delivery.

November 11, 2020|Buses, Equity, Governance reform, Local governance, Project Delivery, Public transit, Regional governance, State Governance, Transit Workforce, Workforce

Transit Reform for Maryland: New Models for Accountability, Stability, and Equity

The Central Maryland area of Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County, Howard County, and Queen Anne’s County is an important, vibrant region. It is the 21st largest metropolitan area in...

Media Mentions & Commentary

Greater Greater Washington|December 22, 2021|Congestion Pricing, Local governance

Congestion pricing can be equitable, if done right

“Singapore, London, and Stockholm each saw drops in vehicle emissions after congestion pricing was introduced”—in these cases, the cordon scheme—according to the Eno Center for Transportation.

E&E News|October 1, 2021|Electric Vehicles

EV sales have doubled. Is a 'tidal wave' coming?

Brianne Eby, senior policy analyst at the Eno Center for Transportation, said market movement has to work in tandem with federal and state policies to accomplish a suite of goals.