During the 1990’s, Eno had a particular focus on professional development and the transportation funding. In 1998, Eno welcomed the first class of Future Leaders Development Conference (LDC) Fellows. The LDC program is a a weeklong intensive where top graduate students come to Washington, DC each spring to learn more about how national transportation policies are developed. On February 23, 1999, Eno held a policy forum in which 35 academic, government, and private-sector leaders met to discuss the importance of transportation investment for the future of the American economy. The forum was chaired by Curtis Wiley (former Commissioner of Indiana DOT) and written up by Chad Shirley (former Deputy Assistant Director at the Congressional Budget Office). In addition, Transportation Weekly (later known as Eno Transportation Weekly), began in 1999. Some key moments for the transportation industry include the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 and the Urban Mass Transit Administration becoming the Federal Transit Administration within the USDOT.