Awards and Accolades

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’ MTA Bus Time™ recognized by ITS-NY as Outstanding ITS Project of the Year


  • The RSF and AMPO recognized the South Central Planning & Development Commission (SCPDC) for its innovation and excellence in transportation safety planning. Cambridge Systematics led the implementation of the Louisiana SHSP and supported the development of a Regional Safety Action Plan, which supports the goals and objectives in the SHSP.
  • 2013 Engineering Excellence Award in the Planning, Traffic, and Engineering category from West Virginia DOT. Cambridge Systematics was chosen as a finalist for the development of the PROVIS long-range project mapping application.
  • AASHTO recognized the Oregon DOT’s Statewide Transportation Strategy (STS) team with a President’s Transportation Award for Planning. Considering all aspects of the transportation system, the ODOT team conceived, planned, and developed the first statewide strategy for significantly reducing GHG emissions from all transportation sector activities. Cambridge Systematics was lead consultant to ODOT’s Transportation Development Division on the project, supporting both the analytical methodology and policy framework for the STS.
  • Paula Dowell receives the NHI Instructor of Excellence Award for the second time.
  • Audrey Wennink honored as Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) – Chicago Chapter 2013 Member of the Year Award.
  • Cambridge Systematics’ MTA Bus Time™ Project Receives 2012 Innovative Transportation Solutions Award from the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) – Greater NY Chapter.


  • Lance Grenzeback was appointed to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s new Advisory Committee on Supply Chain Competitiveness.
  • Transportation Planning Excellence Award for Georgia Freight & Logistics Plan 2010-2050.
  • Cambridge Systematics honored as Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) – Boston Chapter 2012 Employer of the Year Award.
  • Cambridge Systematics’ Ft. Lauderdale office was chosen as a finalist for the 2012 Healthiest Employer Award by the South Florida Business Journal.
  • Boston’s Mayor Menino recognizes Cambridge Systematics as a bronze-level Bike Friendly Business as part of his annual Bike Friendly Business awards.
  • Wendy Tao was selected for the Climate Change Professional Fellows Program hosted by Baruch College and the International Center. The Winter Fellows traveled to Indonesia for three weeks in March.




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.



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