Tag Archive for: Airports

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1958 (Vetoed) Airport Development Act – White House Enrolled Bill File

This is the White House Executive Clerk’s enrolled bill file for the bill S. 3502 of the 85th Congress, which was a bill proposing to reauthorize the federal airport grant program for four more years…

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1955 Airport Development Act – White House Enrolled Bill File

This is the White House Executive Clerk’s enrolled bill file on S. 1855 of the 84th Congress, a bill which reauthorized the federal airport grant program for four years and which also switched the program…

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Transportation Weekly – October 4, 1999

This is a PDF of the first issue of Transportation Weekly (Volume 1, Issue 1), published October 4, 1999. 

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Billions for the Future of Flying

New runways at airports in New York, Washington, Los Angeles and San Francisco could reduce delays there that can quickly ripple through the national flight system, said a January report by the Eno Center on…

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MSY Goes First Class

Jeff Davis says cities seeing an increase in tourism are scrambling to find ways to expand capacity at their airports.

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Elon Musk’s Chicago Tunnel: A Breakthrough or a Pipe Dream?

Eno President and CEO Robert Puentes says that “the pace of change [in transportation technology] is more rapid than anything I’ve seen in my career.”

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Our air transit system is overloaded — is privatization the answer?

Eno President and CEO Robert Puentes writes for The Hill that privatization may not be the answer to U.S. airports’ problems.

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Dayton airport’s lower rating raises questions about future

Paul Lewis, Vice President of policy and finance at Eno, comments on Southwest Airlines pulling out of Dayton International Airport and how airline consolidation is affecting smaller airports.