September 29, 2015|ENO CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATION
Washington D.C. – The Eno Center for Transportation – a national, nonpartisan transportation think tank – has given its website a significant makeover. EnoTrans.org now is poised to be the go-to online spot for all things related to transportation policy, research, and professional training. It also serves to highlight Eno Transportation Weekly, the publication sector insiders consider a must-read on federal transportation policy.
Earlier this year, Eno acquired Jeff Davis’ highly regarded Transportation Weekly and hired Davis as a Senior Fellow. Together, they set out to create the best possible way to distribute Davis’ exceptional knowledge and expertise to the transportation community. Eno’s new website allows members both to read Eno Transportation Weekly content online and download a PDF version of each weekly issue.
Other highlights of the new EnoTrans.org include the following:
- New Eno Transportation Library (ETL): A digitized, searchable collection of thousands of historical transportation documents. When complete, the ETL will be an archive of more than 100 years of federal transportation policy history.
- Comprehensive Reference Pages: A growing series of one-stop reference pages for newsworthy policy issues like Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Reform, the Highway Trust Fund’s ongoing financial crisis, and the FY 2016 Budget and Appropriation process.
- Simple, Automated Access to Join Eno and subscribe to Eno Transportation Weekly: A comprehensive explanation of Eno’s Corporate, Institutional, and Individual levels and benefits. Interested parties can decide on and securely purchase memberships within moments.
- Speakers Bureau for Expert News Analysis: A listing of Eno’s experts who are available for comment, interviews, speeches, and briefings on any number of topics in the world of transportation policy.
Publication Date:September 29, 2015