Cambridge Systematics to Partner with Geotab ITS to Develop LOCUS Truck: A New Freight Planning and Analytics Tool

(Medford, MA) – Cambridge Systematics (CS) announced its partnership with Geotab ITS, a Geotab business unit providing actionable, real-world aggregate...

What Now? Moving the Needle on Freight Equity Planning for States

What is transportation equity? While there may be varying definitions of the term, in general, transportation equity seeks to ensure that the benefits and...

CS’ Susan Binder Recognized in TR News Profile

The profile, featured in the Transportation Research Board’s TR News Magazine, highlights Susan’s contributions throughout her extensive career at the...

Connect with us at the 2021 Texas Mobility Summit

Cambridge Systematics is a trusted partner in Texas, supporting a variety of projects across the state to help improve equity, livability, mobility,...

CS expert presents new freight safety and mobility technology at ITS New Mexico Annual Meeting

CS’ Adam Danczyk will present on three next-generation solutions for advancing freight mobility and safety during the ITS New Mexico Annual Meeting....

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”...

Connect with us at the AMPO Annual Conference

We’re so excited to be a part of the 2021 AMPO Annual Conference in Scottsdale! We can’t wait to share the ways we have been partnering with MPOs, from...

How CS helped Missouri create a business case for port improvements and passenger rail

In early June the News Tribune reported that the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission approved the Missouri Department of Transportation’s...

Waterways Journal Highlights Research by CS and partner, National Waterways Foundation

In partnership with the National Waterways Foundation, Cambridge Systematics’ Paula Dowell, Katie Kirk and Isabel Victoria-Jaramillo estimated the...

MO Economic Impact Study for Public Ports wins AASHTO High Value Research Award

We are excited to share that the Missouri Department of Transportation’s Economic Impact Study for Public Ports (2018) is the recipient of an American...