Technology is always disrupting the global supply chain.

January 2013

Scientific evidence is mounting that the release of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere is contributing to noticeable changes in the earth’s climate.

March 2013

Why was the Statewide Transportation Strategy Developed?

The Statewide Transportation Strategy (STS) was developed in response to legislative direction.

March 2013

Numerous transportation strategies are directed at reducing energy use and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by changing the behavior of individual drivers or travelers.

June 2013

Over the past several decades, urban areas in the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region have been experiencing increased economic productivity and an explosion in population growth.

September 2015

TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Web-Only Document 210: Input Guidelines for Motor Vehicle Emissions Simulator Model, Volume 1: Practitioners’ Handbook: Regional Level Inputs provides users of the Motor Vehicle Emissions Simulator Model (MOVES) with tools to help estimate emissions from highway vehicles.

MOVES and EMFAC Emissions Modeling

Many areas of the country are struggling to attain national ambient air quality standards, develop greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation plans, and address mobile source air toxics (MSAT) that may affect public health. CS brings broad expertise to these issues, partnering with agencies to model emissions and assess strategies for reducing emissions from transportation sources. 

Air Quality Analysis and Emissions Modeling

Federal, state and local clients depend on Cambridge Systematics for a forward-looking approach to addressing air quality challenges. We help plan, design, analyze and evaluate transportation control measures to help clients meet ambient air quality standards. Our expertise spans emissions inventory development, conformity analysis, Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement Program project evaluation, MOVES and EMFAC modeling, travel demand management (TDM), market-based measures, cost-effectiveness analyses, and project evaluation and monitoring.


How can my transportation agency use the EPA’s new emissions model, MOVES?