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...
LA’s Plan to Reboot Its Bus System—Using Cell Phone Data
In the latest edition of WIRED, Cambridge Systematics’ Principal Anurag Komanduri shares his experience using advanced analytics to help inform Los Angeles Metro’s bus system redesign in an article titled “LA’s Plan to Reboot Its Bus System—Using Cell Phone Data.” ...
Cambridge Systematics supports transportation, education and future leaders
Cambridge Systematics (CS) has made a $1,000 charitable donation to each of 12 nonprofits that help support education and/or transportation.
Cambridge Systematics Announces 10 Staff Promotions to Principal and the Manheim and Taggart Award Winners
In March, Cambridge Systematics (CS) President and CEO Brad Wright announced the promotion of 10 staff members to the role of Principal, followed by the announcement of the firm’s annual Manheim and Taggart award recipients.
Plan for the future of transportation using location-based services data
In our most recent blog post on Medium, CS’ Data Analytics Team members Anurag Komanduri and Jason Lemp share how location-based services (LBS) data can help inform transportation projects. Click here to read the post for insights on how...
Tracking out on the road: Advances in V2V automation are making their way to the trucking industry
Featured in Roads & Bridges Magazine, Mark Jensen, principal, shares the benefits of truck platooning and findings from Caltrans’ demonstration on public roads in California. This project was funded under the FHWA Exploratory Advanced Research Program. Caltrans led the project...
From Sideline to Center: The Potential for OpenStreetMap to Seize the Curb
The curb is no longer just the elevated edge along the side of the street. In a recent blog post on Mapillary, CS’ Daniela Waltersdorfer, transportation analyst, explores the potential for OpenStreetMap to embrace the curb. Daniela explains the importance...