Anusha Chitturi is a Visiting Fellow at Eno. She recently graduated from the Harvard Kennedy School with a master’s in public policy and is also a Fulbright fellow from India.

Previously, Anusha worked as a Research Consultant with an environmental non-profit, World Resources Institute, in India. In this role, she primarily led transportation safety research and implementation efforts to reduce road crashes involving public transit buses. She also led a project to improve safety and accessibility for school children during their commutes through urban design solutions. In addition to that, she supported her team in a few other initiatives aimed at advancing sustainable modes of transportation.

Anusha also co-founded an independent project called The Footpath Initiative to study and map pedestrian crashes and nudge decision-makers to improve walkability in Indian Cities. She is passionate about developing transportation policies and programs that will improve accessibility, sustainability, and equity for all.


Eno Transportation Weekly Articles

Why US States and Cities are Failing to Reduce Road Traffic Deaths

August 18, 2023 - Road traffic fatalities in the United States increased at the rate of 3 percent annually between 2011 and 2021. The largest increases (nearly 20 percent) happened during the pandemic years, largely...

Making Rail Cleaner: Senate Discusses Opportunities

July 28, 2023 - The Senate Environmental and Public Works’ subcommittee on Clean Air, Climate, and Nuclear held a hearing on Wednesday, July 26, to discuss opportunities to reduce emissions from the rail network in...


Yahoo News|June 13, 2023|Data, Eno Announcements, Environment

Data for Environmentally Sustainable and Inclusive Urban Mobility

Data on passenger movements, vehicle fleets, fare payments, and transportation infrastructure has immense potential to inform cities to better plan, regulate, and enforce their urban mobility systems. This report specifically examines the opportunities that exist...