In 1899, Eno released some of his pent-up aspirations for what he called “Rules of the Road” in a letter to the editor of a small horsemanship publication. His suggestions and designs caught the fancy of the large dailies, which promoted his ideas and rallied public support. Some of the ideas proposed in the article are still absolutely fundamental to how people get from A to B in cities across the world. Eno proposed turn signals, slowing and stopping signals and the idea that vehicles should stay to one side of the street (right-hand side in America).