News/Press

Civil + Structural Engineer published The Top Five Ways Transportation Impacts Economic Development, by CS Principal Paula Dowell. "With needs far exceeding available funding,” she writes, “transportation projects should be assessed for their wider impacts using sound economic analyses.” Click here to read the article. 

Sarah Anderson, Senior Associate, Cambridge Systematics, discusses how open-source platforms can save transit agencies money and provide other benefits.

 

 

* This article is shared with permission from the publishers of METRO Magazine, where it originally appeared in the issue released on February 28, 2017.

Paul Sorensen, Senior Software Project Manager, Cambridge Systematics, discusses how one rural county used open source computer-aided scheduling to enhance its transit systems.

 

 

* This article is shared with permission from the publishers of Community Transportation Magazine, where it originally appeared in the issue released on January 24, 2017.

Erik Cempel, Principal, Cambridge Systematics, discusses Trade-Off Analysis: Fundamental in the MAP-21 Era.*

 

CAMBRIDGE, MA — The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (National Academies) has selected a joint venture of Cambridge Systematics and WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, to support the future interstate study mandated in Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act of 2015 (FAST Act).

Mass Transit published the article by CS’ Nathan Higgins, Big Data: Key to Customer Understanding and Service Delivery.

Transit agencies invest millions to transport people in the most seamless, efficient, safe and reliable manner. But evolving customer expectations require a new approach to leveraging data for superior transit services. This is why the industry must focus on Big Data.

19-year company veteran selected after comprehensive search

After an extensive search, Cambridge Systematics (CS) CEO Brad Wright announced today that, effective immediately, he has promoted Karen D. Nocito, CPA, to the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Ms. Nocito brings more than 25 years of experience to the position, with the last 19 as CS’ Controller.

Launches Innovative TIERS framework for conducting economic analysis 

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) recently selected Cambridge Systematics to serve as one of six prime consultants on the Office of Operations indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract – “Technical Support Services for the FHWA Office of Operations.” This marks the fourth consecutive cycle for which Cambridge Systematics has won as a prime consultant on the IDIQ.

The United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) awarded Cambridge Systematics (CS) the contract for “Analytical Services in Support of Hazardous Materials Transportation.” CS, a transportation consulting firm based in Cambridge, Massachusetts with an office in Bethesda, Maryland, will lead a team of industry leaders to provide analysis and support.

 

For Metro Magazine, Sarah Anderson prepared this article, "8 Open Source Benefits Every Agency Should Know." Cambridge Systematics believes in the value of open source software platforms and we approach software development with open minds.

At the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) Awards Gala in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Thursday, August 11, 2016, Dina Baker, Director of Marketing and Communication at Cambridge Systematics, accepted a third place award on the firm’s behalf. The award, given by the longest-standing, most prestigious competition for excellence in marketing communications by professional services firms in the design/building industry, recognizes the outstanding rebranding efforts Cambridge Systematics undertook in 2015 to revamp its corporate identity.

Brandon Rivenburg, Software Development Project Manager, CS Software, Cambridge Systematics, discusses the advantages of real-time transit data.*

 

Derek Edwards, Associate and Project Manager, CS Software, Cambridge Systematics, weighs in on the Five Best Practices for Using Technology in Mobility Management.*

 

 

 

*This article is shared with permission from Lawley Publications, publishers of The Urban Transportation Monitor, where it originally appeared in Volume 30, Number 5 on June 30, 2016.

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