Elizabeth Bastian is the 2015 Thomas J. O’Bryant Transportation Policy and Finance Fellow. Her interest in transportation planning arouse from her metro-Detroit upbringing, where she noticed an unbalanced relationship between automobiles and other forms of travel. Prior to working at Eno, Elizabeth worked for Data Driven Detroit as a Data Analyst. She has also interned for Detroit Economic Growth Corporation and United Way for Southeastern Michigan, and once spent a summer working on an archaeological dig in Rome.
Elizabeth is currently working towards a Master’s in Urban Planning at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, specializing in transportation and land use planning and transnational planning. She holds a B.A. in Urban and Regional Studies and Anthropology with a Certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) from the University of Michigan Dearborn.
Eno Transportation Weekly Articles
Mineta Transportation Institute: What is the Financial Impact of Switching from Fuel Taxes to a "Road User Charge"?
November 20, 2015Last week, Christopher E. Ferrell and David B. Reinke of the Mineta Transportation Institute released a report titled “Household Income and Vehicle Fuel Economy in California
November 20, 2015When it comes to transportation problems and solutions in America, the focus often remains on the dense urban agglomerations - New York, San Francisco, LA, Chicago, etc. But what about the smaller towns and metropolitan...