State transportation agencies are playing an increasingly important role in achieving state economic development agenda. However, balancing infrastructure investment needs, operations costs, and maintenance requirements is progressively more difficult in the face of decreasing budgets — heightening the importance of investment assessment and financing strategies.
Cambridge Systematics is nationally recognized as a partner in helping state transportation decision-makers address transportation planning, operations, management, and finance issues. We have worked with more than 44 state departments of transportation (DOT) and a number of multi-state coalitions and organizations, such as the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) and the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP), to provide transportation solutions. We leverage our deep understanding of national policies, planning tools, and programs — derived from our heritage of work in the Federal arena — to help state agencies develop innovative and effective financing strategies, long-range transportation plans, asset management approaches, and operational improvements.
Our clients choose Cambridge Systematics because we consistently demonstrate our ability to understand key issues, design sound and innovative analytic approaches, develop objective recommendations, and create pragmatic solutions. We prepare our clients for the long term, even if our project is of short duration. And, we maintain relationships to ensure our clients’ successful implementation of results.
Use this interactive map to view Cambridge Systematics’ statewide work across the nation.