A technological revolution has shifted the transportation services available to customers and the way they interact with those options. From demand management systems, intelligent traffic signals, vehicle automation, and new mobility options, technology is altering how the transportation system functions. While the long-term outcome of recent mobility additions like ridehailing services and dockless electric scooters is unknown, these services have already begun to influence regulation and legislation in cities and states. In some cases, technology has also changed the user experience by, for example, making it easier for transit riders to access the bus schedule and to see when their next bus will arrive.
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BY LARRY FILLER Transportation Consultant and MARC OLIPHANT Regional Employee Transportation Coordinator at Naval District Washington We are at the...
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Dec 31, 2013 | Jeff Davis2013 Transportation Weekly Archive Index January 2013 January 16, 2013 issue January 21, 2013 update January 25, 2013...
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Sep 16, 2013 | Richard MudgeDespite the odd title, this is an optimistic report. Before describing a breakthrough in how to reduce urban traffic congestion,...
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May 26, 2013 | Carter TempletonBY RICHARD THOMAS, LCP Director, State & Local Legislative Affairs, Design-Build Institute of America Passing legislation in Congress has never...
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Feb 26, 2013 | Carter TempletonBY ERIC PETERSON Transportation Policy Consultant, Former Deputy Administrator of the Research and Innovative Technology Administration at the U.S. Department...
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Dec 31, 2012 | Jeff Davis2012 Transportation Weekly Archive Index January 2012 January 18, 2012 issue January 27, 2012 update January 30, 2012...
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Dec 31, 2011 | Jeff Davis2011 Transportation Weekly Archive Index January 2011 January 3, 2011 update January 19, 2011 issue January 31, 2011...
Eno’s Mobility on Demand Research
This page is the central location for our ongoing work on the FTA Mobility on Demand Sandbox pilot project. Eno’s work is at the forefront of evaluating new mobility options. Through a partnership with LA Metro, King County Metro, and Sound Transit, this research aims to evaluate their Federal…
Digital Cities Advisory Board
The digital and information era has brought about a revolution in transportation services. Wireless networks are ubiquitous, and there is an ever-growing array of mobile applications used to enhance mobility options. Big Data and societal and demographic changes have created an environment in which information systems, shared vehicles, and on-demand services are playing an ever-growing role in transportation. With these huge technological changes, there is the opportunity for public policy to play a forward-thinking role.
Eno is at the forefront of this multifaceted transportation revolution. Eno is leading research, conducting data analysis, organizing workshops, convening public events, and writing policy papers tp provide practical, actionable recommendations for transportation policy makers. To inform this research, Eno’s Digital Cities Advisory Board is a standing body that provides Eno staff with guidance and expertise on all matters related to technology-enabled transportation policy, including:
- Automated & connected vehicles
- Transportation network companies and taxis
- Technology enabled transit
- Technology and traveler information
- The transportation sharing economy
- Technology and freight movement
Jennifer Aument, AECOM
Susan Binder, Cambridge Systematics
Shyam Kannan, WMATA
Kara Kockelman, University of Texas at Austin
Deron Lovass, NRDC
Ed Mortimer, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Chris Pangilinan, Uber
Susan Shaheen, University of California Berkley
David Somo, ON Semiconductor
Burt Tasaico, North Carolina DOT
Andy Taylor, Cubic