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,...
CS helps Metro Transit Minneapolis better predict bus arrival times
Last year Metro Transit Minneapolis selected Cambridge Systematics to deploy the open-source software TheTransitClock to help improve the agency’s real-time bus predictions for their riders.
In a recent blog article, Metro Transit explains that this new NexTrip system provides...
Waterways Journal highlights research by CS and partner, National Waterways Foundation
In partnership with the National Waterways Foundation, Cambridge Systematics’ Paula Dowell, Katie Kirk and Isabel Victoria-Jaramillo estimated the economic impacts of the U.S. inland waterways system for 17 states. The graphics-rich profiles reveal the number of inland waterways-supported jobs,...
NCHRP publishes Integrated Corridor Management Guidebook developed by CS experts
NCHRP published the Planning and Implementing Multimodal, Integrated Corridor Management: Guidebook developed by Cambridge Systematics’ Vassili Alexiadis and Alice Marecek.
Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) is an operational concept that helps reduce congestion and improve performance by...
NCHRP publishes Integrated Corridor Management Stakeholders report developed by CS experts
NCHRP Research Report 899: Broadening Integrated Corridor Management Stakeholders, developed by Cambridge Systematics' Vassili Alexiadis, Alice Marecek and Ron Basile, addresses a broad range of operational and efficiency issues that are critical to bringing non-traditional (freight, transit, incident response and...
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...