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Cambridge Systematics was founded as a company dedicated to applying "systematic analysis to problems of transportation, the environment, urban development, and regional planning." Embracing these values – objectivity, independent thought, systematic analysis, and collaboration – has earned the firm distinction in our field and continued success.

After 40 years, Cambridge Systematics is still dedicated to staying on the leading edge of transportation issues. In this section, our staff answer challenging and timely questions about critical issues facing the transportation industry today. Cambridge Systematics maintains one of the most highly regarded, intelligent, and cutting-edge transportation consulting teams in the industry. Our team is comprised of expert planners, analysts, and modelers who understand the issues facing our clients today. Our advice is supported by objective analysis, innovative thinking, customized software applications, and hands-on experience. Transportation leaders turn to Cambridge Systematics because we have the best industry knowledge, experience, and tools.

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How can a regional model be used to evaluate construction alternatives?

Marty Milkovits and Dan Tempesta

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Climate Change Vulnerability and Risk Assessment of NJ Transportation Infrastructure

Near-Shoring: Does Mexico make sense as a sourcing location for manufacturers?

John Isbell

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Asset Management

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Corridor and Systems Planning

Integrated Corridor Management more

Economic Analysis

Integrating Economic Analysis into Transportation Planning more

Environment

Using MOVES, the EPA’s New Emissions Model more

Linking Performance Metrics to Livability and Sustainability Goals and Objectives more

Planning for Sustainable and Livable Communities more

Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Supporting Energy Independence at the State and Regional Levels more

Climate Change and Transportation more

Forecasting

Developing Models That Consider Logistics Paths Used by Freight more

Commodity Flow Databases in MPO Travel Demand Models more

Using MOVES, the EPA’s New Emissions Model more

Public Transportation Challenges more

Freight Systems and Intermodal Planning

Near-Shoring: Does Mexico make sense as a sourcing location for manufacturers? more

Freight Planning Approaches to Comply with MAP-21 more

Developing Models That Consider Logistics Paths Used by Freight more

Commodity Flow Databases in MPO Travel Demand Models more

Developing ITS Mobility Applications for Freight Operations more

Leveraging Freight Data more

Challenges and Opportunities for the Nation’s Freight System more

Operations and Simulation

Developing ITS Mobility Applications for Freight Operations more

Integrated Corridor Management more

Performance Management

Linking Performance Metrics to Livability and Sustainability Goals and Objectives more

Measuring Transportation System Performance more

Policy, Strategic Planning, and Management

Freight Planning Approaches to Comply with MAP-21 more

A Framework for Institutionalizing Safety in the Transportation Planning Process more

Integrating Economic Analysis into Transportation Planning more

Tolling and Road Pricing more

Transportation Finance more

Tolling and Road Pricing

Tolling and Road Pricing more

Transit

Public Transportation Challenges more

Transportation Safety

Implementing the Systemic Approach to Safety more

A Framework for Institutionalizing Safety in the Transportation Planning Process more

Safety of Our Transportation Systems more

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