Top 10 Transportation Thought Leaders in Academia

Top 10 Transportation Thought Leaders in Academia

May 9, 2016 By Patrice Davenport Director of Development Earlier this year, Eno lost our longtime friend Aaron Gellman. Professor Gellman joined the faculty of the Kellogg School of Management in 1992 at Northwestern University as a professor of management and strategy—also serving 24 years as an adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2015, Professor Gellman was presented with the Wilbur S. Smith Award for Service, which honors individuals who have given years of extraordinary support and service to Eno. To further celebrate his legacy, this month Eno has partnered with the Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC) to identify 10 of the most forward-looking transportation academics in the field today. To read the rest of the article, please visit:...
The speed bumps on the road to the self-driving car future

The speed bumps on the road to the self-driving car future

STEVE MERTL Apr. 26, 2016 A sense of inevitability has set in around the introduction of automated vehicles (AVs). Some automation, such as automatic emergency braking and lane-departure correction, is already available on many cars. Tesla’s Model S even offers a fairly advanced auto-pilot feature. The idea of driverless cars makes enthusiasts queasy but proponents say safety, environmental and economic benefits will become obvious so quickly that the adoption rate will outstrip even that of information technology. To read the full article, visit:...
Convergence – A One Day Event Exploring the Role of Public Policy in Mobility Innovations

Convergence – A One Day Event Exploring the Role of Public Policy in Mobility Innovations

Last chance to sign up for CONVERGENCE! Deadline to register is 5:00pm ET, March 22. Join us for a day-long conversation exploring the critical role of public policy to both incentivize mobility innovation but also protect and maintain the public interest and safety. Come hear expert panelists, from both the public and private sector, discuss their successes and challenges in creating mutually beneficial partnerships to bring technological mobility innovation to their cities and regions. March 24, 8:00am – 4:45pm Reagan Building, Washington DC For more information, click...
City of the future is closer, calmer than you think

City of the future is closer, calmer than you think

Marco della Cava, 12:28 p.m. EST November 13, 2015 SAN FRANCISCO – The city of the future has had countless fantasy blueprints, from The Jetsons’ pleasant hive of automated efficiency to Blade Runner’s dystopian tangle of urban chaos. But the reality is the city of future is closer than you think, as tech companies and automakers floor the pedal on projects ranging from cars that drive themselves to apps that aggregate transportation options. Conversations with mobility experts here and abroad paint a picture of an urban revolution that is already underway in a patchwork of cities from Seattle to Stockholm. “The main thing with automated and connected tech is to make sure it’s reliable first,” says Chris Hendrickson, director of the Traffic21 Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. “But the opportunities for change are impressive.” To read the rest of the story,...