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In March, Cambridge Systematics (CS) President and CEO Brad Wright announced the promotion of eight staff to the role of Principal, followed by the announcement of the firm’s annual Manheim and Taggart award recipients.

Eight Senior Staff Promoted to Principal

Cambridge Systematics (CS) welcomes Sheri Coven to the firm as a Senior Associate and the Tallahassee Office Director.

“We’re excited to have Sheri join CS because of her deep knowledge of transportation in Florida and experience managing complex projects in the State,” said Tracy Selin, Operations Manager of Cambridge Systematics’ Integrated Planning and Policy Business Line. “Sheri is a trusted leader in the industry and known for being an agile problem solver. She is a key addition for continuing our strong, innovative work in Florida and across the country.”

Quoted in a ThinkTN article, Kevin Tilbury, Senior Associate, discusses the potential benefits of the Let’s Move Nashville transit plan, such as increased accessibility and mobility options, following a recent study conducted by CS experts.

Click here to find out more about the transit plan and its potential benefits.

CS’ Krishnan Viswanathan, Principal, was quoted in weather.com article Florida's Urban Areas Are Having Shorter Wet Seasons, New Study Finds on the opportunity to consider urban rate when planning critical transportation infrastructure needs and maintenance cycles in light of findings from a study he co-authored.

Cambridge Systematics (CS) announces the addition of Herbert Higginbotham to the firm, to head its Transit and Shared Mobility Practice.

CS Principals John Duesing and John Lewis presented on the development of a freight forecasting model at an Etihad Rail stakeholder workshop in Abu Dhabi. Duesing and Lewis, on behalf of Etihad Rail, introduced the project to stakeholders and discussed data for the forecasting tool. Click here to read about the United Arab Emirates Etihad Rail in Gulf News. 

Cambridge Systematics (CS) made a $1,000 charitable donation to each of twelve nonprofits that help support education and/or transportation. The staff in the firm’s twelve offices chose the following organizations that serve their local communities to receive the donations:

CS’ Paula Dowell, Principal, and Katie Kirk, Associate, presented on two development opportunities for a multimodal port feasibility study for the Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce. During the meeting, regional leaders agreed to form a port authority and move forward with planning the newly established public port site. Click here  to read more.

METRO Magazine published 4 Ways Transit Agencies Can Amp Up Asset Management, by Andreas Aeppli, Principal, and Kyle Emge, Software Product Line Manager of CS Software. In the article, Aeppli and Emge describe how collaborating with other agencies, leveraging open source software, building a culture of asset management and streamlining data flows can help transportation agencies expand the benefits of asset management. Click the PDF below to read the article.

Recognized as the “highest ranking firm,” by Sherman-Denison Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Executive Director, Clay Barnett, Cambridge Systematics experts are eager to begin the Grayson County Freight Mobility Plan. This project coincides with CS’ work on the statewide Texas Freight Mobility Plan implementation, enabling our experts to apply their deep knowledge of the state’s transportation systems to a localized freight plan.

FleetOwner reported on the 2018 TRB Annual Meeting presentation on Vehicle Inventory and Use Surveys (VIUS) by CS' Jim Brogan and the Bureau of Transportation Statistics' Joy Sharp about Cambridge Systematics’ work with California and the possible resurgence of the Federal VIUS. The article cited some of the findings Brogan shared ahead of the planned summer publication of the results. Click here to read the article.

On Saturday, January 6th, Joseph Chow, PhD, PE, of New York University’s (NYU) Tandon School of Engineering received the Cambridge Systematics New Faculty Award at the Council of University Transportation Center’s annual award banquet in Washington, DC. 

The Cambridge Systematics (CS) New Faculty Award is given annually to a tenure-track faculty member in transportation education. The $2000 award recognizes outstanding teaching and research contributions to the transportation field.

Reflecting the dramatic growth, impact and continued promise of TransAMthe first open-source asset management platform for transportation—Cambridge Systematics (CS) welcomes Kyle Emge in the new role of TransAM Product Line Manager.

METRO Magazine published Maintaining a State of Good Repair: Leveraging Asset Management Programs and Platforms, by CS Software senior professionals Reagan Lynn and Jack Birger. In the article, Lynn and Birger describe why agencies are turning to versatile asset management platforms to help streamline their processes and meet federal requirements. Click the PDF below to read the article.

Mentioned in a Fulton Sun article, Cambridge Systematics experts Paula Dowell and Katie Kirk are examining two potential sites as part of the port feasibility study for the Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce. Click here to read the article. 

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