In 1938, the Eno Foundation built its elegant permanent home overlooking the Connecticut shore of Long Island Sound.  The facility included a highway safety laboratory. When Mr. Eno dedicated the spacious Georgian-style mansion, the seal over the door bore three dates:
1867: The year of his childhood’s first awareness of the need for traffic regulation; 1899: The year he gave up his real estate business to devote full time to traffic reform; And 1921: The year he established what is known today as the Eno Foundation for Transportation, Inc.