As part of its 2040 Statewide Transportation Plan, MULTIPLAN, development, Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) evaluated the implication of alternative spending levels for preservation and maintenance for the state-owned roadway system. Cambridge Systematics helped to conduct the economic analysis.
Plan Bay Area is the region’s first Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and Sustainable Communities Strategy (SCS) prepared by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG).
While SHRP 2 Project C03 provided an “early stage” screening tool for viewing the range of wider economic impacts associated with transportation projects, it did not enable analysts to assess the roles of specific local factors that can have a dramatic impact on the actual economic impacts of individual projects.
In 2010, the Florida Chamber Foundation, in partnership with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), released the Florida Trade and Logistics Study, a first-of-its-kind look at trade flows and related logistics activity in Florida.
Sound economic analysis means better decision making across the spectrum of transportation investments, from discrete projects to complete transportation systems. At Cambridge Systematics, our contributions to the field include many of the economic analysis processes and tools used across the country today.
Our practice encompasses Benefit Cost Analysis (BCA), Economic Impact Analysis (EIA), and Return on Investment (ROI), and our experience spans all transportation modes, operational improvements, pricing strategies, and decision-making for Federal, state, and local agencies.