Quoted in Mass Transit, Chris Titze, Senior Transportation Planner, and Anurag Komanduri, Senior Travel Demand Modeler, discuss advocacy for open data and how using open systems now can help inform future transportation innovations.

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Quoted on the SearchHRSoftware website, Linda Cataldo, Director of Human Resources, explains how Halogen Software has helped CS foster a culture of feedback by streamlining performance evaluations, monitoring goals and offering a platform that establishes development and learning paths.

The Centralina Council of Governments (CCOG) has partnered with Cambridge Systematics (CS) to plan and host three workshops for public and private sector organizations focusing on the benefits, challenges and impacts of autonomous and connected vehicles (ACV) to North Carolina’s transportation network. The workshops, titled “Clearing the Hype,” “Discussing the Impacts” and “Developing an Action Plan,” will take place in Charlotte on August 23, September 20 and October 25, respectively.

New York State DOT’s Varghese Abraham, Director - Project Management Office, published an article in CIO Review on the experience developing its successful Sign Information Management System with Cambridge Systematics, built on the open source TransAm platform. He cites the value of effective planning to take advantage of open source for its flexibility, community, customization and lack of vendor lock-in.

Asked by WSB-TV in Atlanta about the value of adding truck only lanes to I-75, Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) cited its trust in the expertise of Cambridge Systematics. Click here to learn more.

July 5, 2017 (MEDFORD, MA) – Cambridge Systematics (CS) President and CEO Brad Wright announced this week that, effective immediately, the firm is consolidating its planning practices under the leadership of CS Principal and Executive Vice President James Brogan. The group will handle all of CS’ work in planning and management, as well as implementation services.

Previously, CS’ Transportation Planning and Management area and its Freight Planning group worked closely together on many projects but were under separate business line leadership.

June 23, 2017 (MEDFORD, MA) – The shareholders of Cambridge Systematics elected Bob Skinner to the firm’s Board of Directors on Wednesday, June 21. Skinner’s election expands the Board to seven members, including five external directors.  Lance Neumann, CS’ former President, serves as Chairman of the Board.

What’s your region’s strategic direction? CS supported the Gulf Coast Community Foundation with a regional strategic scan to assess current conditions and emerging trends. Read about the report and thoughts from CS transportation planning expert Evan Enarson in SQR Magazine.

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ITE Journal published The Evolving Role of Transportation in Economic Development, by Paula Dowell, principal and director, and Isabel Victoria-Jaramillo, senior freight transportation economist, of the Economics Service Center at CS.

Is your statewide freight plan compliant with the FAST Act? David Willauer, CS Senior Associate, and L'Kiesha Markley, freight planning coordinator for the Maryland State Highway Administration, presented to the Hagerstown/Eastern Panhandle Metropolitan Planning Organization on critical urban and rural freight corridors. Click here to read the article in Herald Mail Media. 

METRO Magazine published Modeling Future Mobility: New Challenges Demand a Broader Scope, by CS senior associate and travel demand modeler Marty Milkovits.

President and CEO Brad Wright announced the promotion of two staff to the role of Principal, followed by the announcement of the company’s annual Manheim and Taggart award recipients.

Many state and urban governments have set goals to increase active transportation. Is your region one of them?

CAMBRIDGE, MA — The Transportation Research Board (TRB) Innovations in Freight Data Workshop Planning Committee granted the “Best Data Fusion Application” award to the Mega-Regional Multi-Modal Agent-Based Behavioral Freight Model developed by the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) and a team of consultants led by Cambridge Systematics, Inc.

Quoted in WIRED, Tom Harrington, Senior Associate of CS’ Transportation Planning and Management business line, discusses how cities plan for disruption, such as during San Francisco’s massive power outage.

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