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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.

Senior Associate Sam Van Hecke quoted in a Forbes Tech article on driverless vehicles. 

 

Read the article: http://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffmcmahon/2016/06/12/how-driverless-cars-w...

EVP of CS Software Eric Ziering explains how open source asset management tools are helping agencies achieve success. 

 

After marking a decade of success last fall at its 10th anniversary event, Cambridge Systematics’ (CS) New York City office staff now celebrates new leadership for its second decade.  Chris Lamm, Senior Associate, has been appointed as the Office Director.  In this role, Chris assumes responsibility for managing the operations of the NYC office, including the operations budget, administrative staff, and promoting employee welfare.

In keeping with our mission to make a difference in our communities, each of Cambridge Systematics' 12 offices across the United States has spent a part of the new year selecting a local charitable organization for a CS contribution. In combination, we are supporting programs for the homeless, the hungry, the unemployed, and victims of abuse – through education, food assistance, job readiness and advocacy. These are our communities, so providing this support is something we take personally.

We invite you to check out the organizations; 

On Monday, February 1, Cambridge Systematics (CS) Chief Operating Officer Steven Capecci and Steven Pickrell, a Principal of the firm, announced the winners of the company’s annual Manheim and Taggart awards at a meeting of its entire staff.  The awards are for efforts completed in 2015.

Cambridge, MA – At the year’s largest event in the U.S. transportation sector—the Transportation Research Board’s (TRB) 95th annual meeting in Washington, DC—industry leader Cambridge Systematics announced last night the launch of its new visual identity and website.  The launch took place at Cambridge Systematics’ open house during the TRB meeting Tuesday evening.

Raleigh, NC – One of the premier transportation consulting firms in the United States, Cambridge Systematics will open its twelfth office in Raleigh, North Carolina in January 2016.  To meet growing demands in the region, the North Carolina office will support the firm’s plans to expand state, regional, and local work there. This strategic expansion builds upon recent successes, as Cambridge Systematics has conducted several highly visible projects in North Carolina over the past five years. 

Vikash Gayah, assistant professor of civil engineering at Penn State, was recently selected as the recipient of the Cambridge Systematics New Faculty Award, one of the most prestigious awards offered by the Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC).

The Cambridge Systematics New Faculty Award is given annually to a tenure-track faculty member in transportation education to recognize outstanding teaching and research contributions to the transportation field.

Join us in congratulating Dr. Lance A. Neumann, Chairman of the Board and former President/Chief Executive Officer of Cambridge Systematics, Inc., for being selected to receive the  2015 Roy W. Crum Award from the Transportation Research Board at its upcoming annual meeting in January, 2016.  The Crum Award, established originally as the Distinguished Service Award and renamed in 1952 to commemorate the former Head of Highway Research Board Staff, Roy W.

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