At Cambridge Systematics, we are committed to our core values, including excellence and innovation, along with an unwavering commitment to bring value to our clients and communities.
We are proud to be recognized in the industry for our cutting-edge work and talented team of professionals. We realize that our employees’ creativity and innovation contribute to the success of the Firm. Below is a list of industry awards and accolades our company and staff members have earned.
Cambridge Systematics Earns the Distinction as one of the Best Workplaces for Commuters.
Cambridge Systematics awarded ITS Connecticut’s ITS Outstanding Project of the Year Award for the Southwestern Region ITS Strategic Plan.
Transportation Planning Excellence Awards for Minnesota Comprehensive Freight and Passenger Rail Plan and Cheyenne Transportation Safety Management Plan.
Sashank Musti for receiving the Wootan Award for Outstanding M.S. Thesis in Policy & Planning.
The International Association for Travel Behaviour Research (IATBR) has awarded the 2009 Eric Pas Dissertation Prize to Jason Lemp.
Iris Ortiz awarded the Claire Barrett Member of the Year Award for WTS-Boston Chapter.
Montana DOT, Rail, Transit & Planning Division, awarded the FHWA & FTA Transportation Planning Excellence Award for their Comprehensive Highway Safety Plan and Tribal Safety Plan. Cambridge Systematics assisted the State in designing and executing a process to develop the plan.
Oregon DOT awarded the FHWA & FTA Transportation Planning Excellence Award for their Long-Range Transportation Plan. Cambridge Systematics assisted with the development of the plan, which was one of the nation’s first statewide multimodal transportation plans.
Wisconsin DOT awarded the FHWA & FTA Transportation Planning Excellence Award for their Traffic Operations Infrastructure Plan. Cambridge Systematics developed the TOIP Methodology and recommendations for the project.
Cambridge Systematics received the 2008 Excellence on the Waterfront honor award for work on The Marquette Plan: Indiana’s Vision for Lakeshore Reinvestment.
Kenneth Voorhies receives Marble J. Hensley Outstanding Individual Activity Award from ITE.
CSV Volunteer Branner Stewart receives Mack I. Davis Award.
Cambridge Systematics Honored by City of Cambridge as Green Business.