ASCE features paper on ridehailing and extreme weather events co-authored by CS expert
Niloofar Ghahramani, travel demand modeler, co-wrote a paper on disruptions to transportation systems during extreme weather events. In the paper featured in ASCE’s Journal of Urban Planning and Development, Ghahramani draws from smartphone app data sets to study the differences in...
Cambridge Systematics Announces New Hires to Support Growth in Transit + Shared Mobility
Cambridge Systematics (CS) welcomes two senior leads to its Transit + Shared Mobility Practice: Satyen Patel, National Asset Management Lead, and Dalia Leven, National Planning Lead for Transit + Shared Mobility.
“Now more than ever, transit agencies need support in...
TRB quotes CS expert about the importance of Census data on future transportation projects
Krishnan Viswanathan, Principal, weighs in on the key role that representative data from the 2020 Census will play in policy decisions and helping inform federal funding for transportation improvements. Click here to read the complete article....
Livingston County trip planning website earns national achievement award
Congratulations to Livingston County on receiving an Achievement Award from the National Association of Counties for their Ride LivINgston trip planning website.
Cambridge Systematics is proud to deploy 1-Click as the open-source software that supports Ride LivINgston in...
CS expert featured in NPR radio spot and article on how habits formed in pandemic impact carbon emissions
Featured in the NPR article Our Pandemic Habits Cut Carbon Emissions, But It's Not Clear They'll Last, Anurag Komanduri, principal, shares a key metric that agencies can watch to help understand new travel habits after COVID-19. Click here to...
Six CS staff promoted to Principal and the winners of the Manheim and Taggart awards announced
CEO Brad Wright announced six staff promotions to Principal and recognized the annual Manheim and Taggart award recipients
CS deploys Link2Support: Trip-planning software that helps address COVID-19 mobility concerns
Cambridge Systematics launched Link2Support, an open-source, web-based trip aggregator designed to help people plan safe travel to essential services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Link2Support is part of the firm’s Mobility Forward offering that aims to assist transit and...
Progressive Railroading mentions CS’ Mobility Forward launch
Progressive Railroading discussed Cambridge Systematics’ launch of Mobility Forward, a suite of services designed to help transit agencies support riders during the COVID-19 pandemic and through recovery. Click here to read the Progressive Railroading spotlight on Mobility Forward....
Move Mobility Forward during the COVID-19 pandemic and through recovery
Cambridge Systematics announces the launch of Mobility Forward, a suite of services to help transit agencies support the communities they serve during the COVID-19 pandemic and through recovery.
“The COVID-19 outbreak has dramatically changed how and when we move...
Our continued work and partnership while responding to Covid-19
In a time of uncertainty, I want to assure you that Cambridge Systematics will continue to serve you and deliver exceptional work....
Penn State Assistant Professor Receives Cambridge Systematics New Faculty Award
On Saturday, January 11, Ilgin Guler, PhD, of Penn State University received the Cambridge Systematics New Faculty Award...
Introducing Locus: The location-based services data solution to understand traveler behavior and transportation demand
November 12, 2019 (MEDFORD, MA) ...
Metro Transit selects Cambridge Systematics for real-time bus predictions pilot
Cambridge Systematics (CS) was selected by Metro Transit in Minneapolis to participate in a pilot program to evaluate approaches and technologies to improve the agency’s bus arrival time predictions based on current information about vehicle location, traffic conditions, weather,...
MO Economic Impact Study for Public Ports wins AASHTO High Value Research Award
We are excited to share that the Missouri Department of Transportation’s Economic Impact Study for Public Ports (2018) is the recipient of an American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Research Advisory Committee (RAC) Sweet Sixteen High...
Utah Department of Transportation eyes rail potential
The Utah Department of Transportation has hired Cambridge Systematics to lead the initiative to examine the potential for expanding the state’s passenger rail system to Southeast Utah. Cambridge Systematics’ Principal Andreas Aeppli shared plans to conduct a study weighing the...