Cambridge Systematics Introduces New Transit and Shared Mobility National Practice Lead

Cambridge Systematics (CS) announces the addition of Herbert Higginbotham to the firm, to head its Transit and Shared Mobility Practice.

“Public transit is changing and evolving more than ever. Transportation agencies face a multitude of challenges and yet there are many opportunities when it comes to managing their assets more effectively, evolving their service delivery strategies, and determining how to best leverage technology,” said Brad Wright, CEO and President of CS. “We’re excited to have Herbert join our firm in the new role of Transit and Shared Mobility National Practice Lead to help our clients prepare for the uncertainty of these changes and in the interest of increasing mobility, safety and livability in the communities they serve.”

Mr. Higginbotham joins CS with close to 20 years of experience leading public transportation projects, most recently at Accenture, and he brings a deep understanding of smart mobility, transit asset management and strategic transformation. Mr. Higginbotham will apply to his work at CS years of experience and thought leadership focused on service and operations planning, capital projects, asset management, fare management, technology innovation and organizational strategy.