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Developing Freight Data into What-if Scenario Analyses for Freight Planning

Today, planners use freight forecasting tools to predict freight demand and inform planning and policy decisions. This includes analyzing “disruptor”...

Navigating at the Intersection of Transportation | Health | Equity

From late 2020 through May 2021, Cambridge Systematics engaged in research to understand the perceptions in the health care sector about the impact of...

How smartphone data are impacting transportation industry and private sector innovations

Over the past decade, the US has seen profound changes in how many of us interact with the transportation systems. For instance, in 2010, we had only just...

CS Celebrates Women’s History Month with Resources on Women in Transportation

Cambridge Systematics (CS) actively seeks to promote equity in transportation, both in the work we do and by using our voice to bring attention to equity...

Celebrating Black History Month with Educational Resources for Promoting Equity In Transportation

Cambridge Systematics (CS) is celebrating Black History Month by reaffirming our commitment to promoting equity in transportation.There is much work to be...

Disrupting the Disruptors: Part 4 COVID-19 Impacts on Ride-sharing

Ride-sharing comes in many forms, from traditional carpooling, to the shared-ride options provided by TNCs, to microtransit. Technology’s ability to...

Disrupting the Disruptors: Part 3 COVID-19 Impacts on Micromobility

This series is reviewing how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted transportation “disruptors” across the US. If you’re like me and hate starting a series in...

Disrupting the Disruptors: Part 2 COVID-19 Impacts on Connected and Automated Vehicles

Last week, I published the first in a series of articles on how COVID-19 and the associated economic and social crises have impacted the trajectories of...

Disrupting the Disruptors: Part 1 COVID-19 Impacts on Ride-hailing

Eight months ago – in what may now seem like a whole different universe – many transportation planners were focused on a set of technological and...

There is Much Work to Be Done

Black lives matter and it is clear that there is much work to be done. The nation continues to confront racism and mourn many lives lost. I cannot speak...

How Transit Agencies Recovered from the Last Coronavirus and What It Means for Urban Sustainability

With most states in the US having undergone a complete or a partial shutdown, the COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly changed the way we live, get to work,...