Cambridge Systematics announces grant program to advance equity in transportation
Today Cambridge Systematics (CS) launched its Equity-In-Action grant program. The grant is designed to help nonprofit and grassroots community-based organizations advance their equity goals by providing access to CS’ proprietary data and transportation consulting services. Grant applications are due...
National Freight and Economics Expert Joins Texas Office
Cambridge Systematics (CS) announced today that Paula Dowell, Freight and Economics National Practice Lead, has joined the firm’s office in Austin, Texas to support the critical freight work happening in the state and region. She has relocated from CS’ Atlanta...
Cambridge Systematics announces its 2021 promotions to Principal and Manheim and Taggart Award Recipients
Cambridge Systematics (CS) CEO Brad Wright announced the promotion of two staff to the role of Principal and recognized the annual Manheim and Taggart award recipients.
Two Senior Staff Promoted to Principal
“Earning the role of Principal is a significant...
AAMVA podcast features TRB report on trends impacting DMVs
In a recent American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) podcast, CS’ Nate Higgins and Joe Zissman share their research and the findings of TRB’s Trends Impacting the DMV of the Future report. Listen to the podcast and read...
FindMyRidePA featured in AASHTO’s 2021 Benefits of Transportation Report
In their 2021 edition of The Benefits of Transportation Report, AASHTO featured a round-up of State DOT solutions that deliver benefits to the communities they serve. Among those highlighted in the report was FindMyRidePA. Our software experts are...
CS celebrates Women’s History Month with resources on women in transportation
Cambridge Systematics (CS) actively seeks to promote equity in transportation, both in the work we do and by using our voice to bring attention to equity challenges that exist in our industry. Read CEO Brad Wright’s statement on...
Celebrating Black History Month with Educational Resources for Promoting Equity In Transportation
Cambridge Systematics (CS) is celebrating Black History Month by reaffirming our commitment to promoting equity in transportation.
There is much work to be done in the transportation industry to address its complex and challenging history with racism. At CS, equity...
The Gazette highlights El Paso County’s data-driven Road Safety Plan
As mentioned in The Gazette, Cambridge Systematics is partnering with El Paso County in Colorado to develop a Road Safety Plan to help reduce deaths and serious injuries.
The Road Safety Plan will utilize a data-driven approach to analyze crash...
RidePilot recognized by GoodFirms as one of the best transportation management software services
Software review and marketing research company, Goodfirms, included RidePilot on their list of the seven best open-source transportation management software services. Goodfirms recognized the benefits of RidePilot’s simplified scheduling features and user-friendly interface for small and medium-sized transportation agencies...
Disrupting the Disruptors Part 4: COVID-19 impacts on ride-sharing
In part four of a series exploring how pre-COVID-19 transportation “disruptors” have been impacted by the pandemic, CS’ Dalia Leven takes a look at how shared-ride TNCs and microtransit options have persisted through the pandemic, the benefits they can provide...
CS helps WMATA share real-time crowding information with riders
COVID-19 and social distancing measures have made it more important than ever to empower transit riders with capacity data. We’re proud to partner with Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) in making real-time information about bus and rail crowding available to...
Disrupting the Disruptors Part 3: COVID-19 impacts on micromobility
CS’ Dalia Leven explores how the micromobility market has changed during COVID-19 in the third installment of a series addressing how pre-covid-19 transportation “disruptors” have been impacted by the pandemic. Click here to read the article to find out...
COVID-19 impacts on connected and automated vehicles: insights from CS’ Dalia Leven
In the second installment of a series of articles addressing how pre-covid-19 transportation “disruptors” have been impacted by the pandemic, Dalia Leven, national planning lead for transit and shared mobility, discusses the ways the pandemic could increase the demand for...
COVID-19 impacts on ride-hailing: insights from CS’ Dalia Leven
CS’ Dalia Leven, transit and shared mobility service planning lead, shares insights on the factors impacting ride-hailing during COVID-19, including: demand, business sustainability, driver employment status and questions about health and safety.
The article is the first in a series...
FHWA releases report on how CMAQ projects can achieve synergies for emission reductions
Read the Federal Highway Administration’s Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement Scenario Development report to learn the potential for synergistic emissions benefits for groups of projects funded by the CMAQ program.
This report, authored by CS’ Chris Porter, principal,...