GIS

March 2013

The objective of Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP) 2 project L05 Incorporating Reliability Performance Measures into the Transportation Planning and Programming Processes is to provide guidance to transportation planning agencies to help incorporate reliability into the transportation planning, programming, and budgeting processes.

April 2013

State departments of transportation (DOT) need relevant and reliable information to support effective decision-making.

June 2013

NCFRP Report 25: Freight Data Sharing Guidebook provides a series of guidelines for sharing freight data, primarily between public and private freight stakeholders.

I-95 Corridor Coalition

Develop a regional transportation information system by integrating roadway inventory and travel demand data from the I-95 Corridor Coalition’s 16 state departments of transportation (DOT) into a multistate highway network.

GIS and Spatial Analysis

Safety, mobility, economic competitiveness, regulatory compliance, and community preservation all depend on access to relevant and accurate data. Geospatial analysis and tools improve the speed and accuracy of decision-making in these areas, turning complex volumes of data into powerfully displayed communications of transportation alternatives. Cambridge Systematics has been perfecting the integration of data analysis and geospatial technology within the transportation domain for more than 20 years.