Christian Piñeiro is a Policy Analyst at the Eno Center for Transportation. In this role, he helps advance Eno’s mission by monitoring, researching, and analyzing transportation legislation and policy development at the local, state, and federal level. Before coming to Eno, Christian worked as a policy research intern at the District Department of Transportation (DDOT), where he helped develop policy reports on new mobility and transportation data guidance for the District. Christian also interned at the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT), where he conducted research and analysis on crash reports for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. 
He has presented research in both local and national conferences on transit-oriented development, congestion pricing, and sustainable mobility. Christian earned a Bachelor of Science in Urban Studies from Towson University, and a Master of Public Administration from Texas A&M University’s George Bush School of Government and Public Service.

Eno Transportation Weekly Articles

Notable Themes at the Transportation Research Board’s 2021 Annual Meeting

January 29, 2021 - Over several weeks in January, Eno policy staff attended the virtual Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting. Following are some insights and takeaways from the events.

Railroads Successfully Implement Positive Train Control Technology Two Days Before Extended Deadline

January 15, 2021 - The railroad industry can finally rest easy after the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)  announced the successful implementation of positive train control (PTC) across all required routes on December 29, 2020.