Active Transportation Forecasting: The Critical Need for Activity-Based Modeling Tools
Many state and urban governments have set goals to increase active transportation. Is your region one of them?
With a boost in granular planning tools such as activity-based demand models transportation planners are working on creating infrastructure for...
Cambridge Systematics and The Maricopa Association of Governments win Transportation Research Board’s “Best Data Fusion Application” Award
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...
CS Transportation Expert Discusses How Cities Plan for Disruption
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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Director of HR Discusses CS’ People-Centric Approach in Halogen Software Press Release
Quoted in a Halogen Software news release, Linda Cataldo, Director of Human Resources, explains how the software complements CS’ people-centric workplace, where development goals and feedback are fundamental to our culture.
Albuquerque Region Project Yields New Transportation and Economic Development Opportunities
Jim Brogan, Executive Vice President and Elaine McKenzie, Associate, of Cambridge Systematics worked with GLDPartners to assess trade-related infrastructure and define the best opportunities to grow trade and increase economic development in the greater Albuquerque region.
The CS and GLDPartners...
The Top Five Ways Transportation Impacts Economic Development
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.”...
How open-source platforms helped 2 agencies manage real-time info
Sarah Anderson, Senior Associate, Cambridge Systematics, discusses how open-source platforms can save transit agencies money and provide other benefits.
How To Overcome Daunting Challenges in Rural Transit with Computer-Aided Scheduling
Paul Sorensen, Senior Software Project Manager, Cambridge Systematics, discusses how one rural county used open source computer-aided scheduling to enhance its transit systems.
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Trade-Off Analysis: Fundamentals in the MAP-21 Era
Erik Cempel, Principal, Cambridge Systematics, discusses Trade-Off Analysis: Fundamental in the MAP-21 Era.*
*This article is shared with permission from Lawley Publications, publishers of The Urban Transportation Monitor, where it originally appeared...
Cambridge Systematics Selected to Study Future Interstate Highways by National Academies
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).
Big Data: Key to Customer Understanding and Service Delivery
Nathan Higgins’s Big Data: Key to Customer Understanding and Service Delivery in Mass Transit
Cambridge Systematics names Karen Nocito as new Chief Financial Officer
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.
Cambridge Systematics Helps Increase ROI for Its Transportation Clients through Expansion of Economics Practice
In the firm’s mission to partner with clients to solve today’s most pressing challenges and shape the future of transportation, Cambridge Systematics recently expanded its economics practice.
FHWA Taps Cambridge Systematics for Office of Operations Contract
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.
Cambridge Systematics Team Wins USDOT Hazmat Award
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.”