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Jim Brogan
December 03, 2015
By now, we’ve all seen the news about the “Fixing America’s Surface Transportation” (FAST) Act, which passed the House and Senate over the last few days and is being sent to the President for signa
Brad W. Wright
November 19, 2015
The United States faces a crisis that has become all too familiar: infrastructure imperatives with insufficient investment funds to meet them.
Chris Hedden
August 24, 2015
There are numerous stories being written on self-driving vehicles today that are pretty impressive, and to be honest, almost a bit overwhelming.
Chris Hedden
August 10, 2015
It sometimes seems that people believe self-driving vehicles are destined to happen, as if there exists some natural, inevitable, evolutionary force, always driving technology forward.
Chris Hedden
July 21, 2015
A great deal of the media’s coverage of self-driving vehicles these days focuses on the companies behind their development.
Tom Harrington
April 15, 2013
What is the biggest challenge facing public transportation agencies?
Jim Brogan
February 17, 2013
What does MAP-21 Require for Freight Planning and How Can I Develop a MAP-21-Compliant Freight Plan?   
Beth Wemple
October 22, 2012
What is the systemic approach to safety?     
Chris Porter
September 14, 2012
How can my transportation agency use the EPA’s new emissions model, MOVES?
Cambridge Systematics
September 12, 2012
Freight data at the state and regional level always surfaces as one of the biggest obstacles to good freight planning.