Cambridge Systematics Announces 10 Staff Promotions to Principal and the Manheim and Taggart Award Winners
In March, Cambridge Systematics (CS) President and CEO Brad Wright announced the promotion of 10 staff members to the role of Principal, followed by the announcement of the firm’s annual Manheim and Taggart award recipients.
Plan for the future of transportation using location-based services data
In our most recent blog post on Medium, CS’ Data Analytics Team members Anurag Komanduri and Jason Lemp share how location-based services (LBS) data can help inform transportation projects. Click here to read the post for insights on how...
Tracking out on the road: Advances in V2V automation are making their way to the trucking industry
Featured in Roads & Bridges Magazine, Mark Jensen, principal, shares the benefits of truck platooning and findings from Caltrans’ demonstration on public roads in California. This project was funded under the FHWA Exploratory Advanced Research Program. Caltrans led the project...
From Sideline to Center: The Potential for OpenStreetMap to Seize the Curb
The curb is no longer just the elevated edge along the side of the street. In a recent blog post on Mapillary, CS’ Daniela Waltersdorfer, transportation analyst, explores the potential for OpenStreetMap to embrace the curb. Daniela explains the importance...
Understanding travel using anonymized cell phone data
Check out CS’ data analytics blog on Medium. In their most recent post, data experts Anurag Komanduri, Kimon Proussaloglou and Dan Beagan dig into their work on NCHRP Report 868: Cell Phone Location Data for Travel Behavior Analysis. The authors...
CS’ Moby Khan Outlines the Benefits of Freight Data During the TRB Annual Meeting Panel
At this year’s TRB Annual Meeting, Moby Khan, associate, presented on his work with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) to develop a better understanding of truck travel in the state. During the session, which was the subject of an...
CS’ Laura Richards wins 2019 TRB Urban Freight Transportation Committee Award
We are excited to announce that CS’ Laura Richards, associate, has been selected as a winner of the 2019 TRB Urban Freight Transportation Committee Award for “Best Applied Paper.” Richards’ paper, “Demystifying Urban Curbside Freight Management: A Strategic Incremental Approach...
CS’ Pragun Vinayak selected for the CUTC Milton Pikarsky Memorial Award
It is with our utmost excitement and admiration to announce that Cambridge Systematics’ Pragun Vinayak, travel demand modeler, is this year’s recipient of the Milton Pikarsky Memorial Award for his thesis, “Accounting for the Multi-Dimensional Dependencies Among Decision-makers Within...
CS selected to help SDMPO study freight movement on Highway 75
As mentioned in the Herald Democrat, CS was selected by the Sherman-Denison Metropolitan Planning Organization to conduct the second phase of the Grayson County Freight Mobility Plan, focusing on freight movements on US 75. Our experts completed the first phase...
Chamber Outlines Next Steps in Building Missouri River Port
The Heartland Port Authority is making significant progress in the development of a Missouri River port. The Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce applied for a $750,000 federal Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) grant to fund preliminary engineering...
How data is impacting transportation outcomes
Looking to stay informed on the latest on data-driven solutions for transportation challenges? Quantifying travel behavior accurately, tailoring transit systems to meet customer demand, and analyzing the impacts of ridehailing systems on transportation networks are some of the challenging issues that...
CS’ Dani Waltersdorfer shares experience from 2018 SOTMUS Conference
Dani Waltersdorfer, transportation analyst, attended and presented at this year’s State of the Map US (SOTMUS) Conference in Detroit. Click here to read Dani’s post on OpenStreetMapUS’ blog about the conference, her presentation on curb managements and some of...
Palm Beach Gardens receives grant to envision high-tech northern county
The City of Palm Beach Gardens received a grant from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity on behalf of the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce, nine other municipalities and other regional partners. The grant money will help envision a...
AARP White Paper Calls Out Open-Software Tools for Enhancing Mobility Management
In a recent AARP white paper titled, “Universal Mobility as a Service: A Bold Vision for Harnessing the Opportunity of Disruption,” there is a section about specialized transportation that highlights the mobility benefits of open-source software. The report cites ...
Gateway85 Gwinnett partners with CS to develop freight plan for Georgia’s I-85 corridor
As mentioned in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Gateway85 Gwinnett Community Improvement District is partnering with Cambridge Systematics to develop a freight plan. The plan will include recommendations aimed at improving freight-related mobility and infrastructure along Georgia’s I-85 corridor.