Transportation Safety

Delivering the knowledge and experience to integrate safety into all aspects of project development.


Case Studies

  • Tennessee Department of Transportation

    Develop a Motorcycle Safety Strategic Plan (MSSP) for the State of Tennessee that builds on the Strategic Highway Safety Plan

  • Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization

    Develop a multimodal Transportation Safety Management Plan (TSMP) for the Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) that documented the area’s transportation safety problems and identified a comprehensive suite of strategies to improve safety and save lives.

  • Florida Department of Transportation

    Develop a comprehensive program to improve transportation safety for mature drivers and pedestrians in Florida through education and awareness, training, and outreach with an added benefit of improved safety for all road users.

  • Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

    Cambridge Systematics provides support for the Transportation Safety Planning Working Group (TSPWG), an informal, ad hoc partnership of U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) agencies (Federal Highway Administration, Federal Transit Administration, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) and professional associations representing the DOT, safety, traffic engineering, and planning communities. 

  • National Cooperative Highway Research Program

    Cambridge Systematics developed a unique boot camp approach to help state departments of transportation, metropolitan planning organizations, and others integrate safety into the transportation planning process.

  • Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

    FHWA’s Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) is a data-driven, strategic approach to improving highway safety. Cambridge Systematics has a deep understanding of the HSIP through the identification and documentation of successful, innovative, and effective practices.

  • Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

    Prioritize research activities so that limited funds are applied to the most promising research topics in order to improve commercial motor vehicle safety.