Katie Donahue is a former Policy Analyst at the Eno Center for Transportation, where she conducted research on a variety of transportation policies. Prior to joining Eno, Katie interned for Representative Peter DeFazio, Chair of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (T&I). In this role, she worked with both Representative DeFazio’s personal office and T&I on transportation research projects, hearing memos, and constituent correspondence. During her junior year of college, Katie studied abroad at the University of Oxford and took courses in human geography with a focus in transportation and mobilities, studying under the tutelage of Dr. Tim Schwanen and Dr. Debbie Hopkins. She spent the following summer at the Oxford Transport Studies Unit, researching the expectation and hype cycle of autonomous freight vehicles. Katie earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in Political Science and Philosophy from Villanova University, where she wrote her undergraduate thesis on tactical urbanism and DIY infrastructure. Her research interests include everyday mobility patterns and issues surrounding transportation equity and access.

Eno Transportation Weekly Articles

US Inland Waterways' Role in a Global Marketplace

May 27, 2022 - Eno released a new research report analyzing six international inland waterway freight corridors. The report concluded that policymakers should watch the development of other nations’ freight waterway corridors, particularly China, with...

Emission-Reducing Aviation Technologies Presented at House Hearing

May 20, 2022 - This week, the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee’s Subcommittee on Aviation met to discuss different aviation technologies to reduce emissions and help meet climate goals.


May 24, 2022|Maritime, National Security

Waterborne Competitiveness: U.S. and Foreign Investments in Inland Waterways

Want a high level overview of this report? Sign up now for the webinar on June 7 with the authors. The 12,000-mile inland waterways network in the United States is a vital trade corridor serving...