ITS

U.S. Department of Transportation

The objective of the Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) initiative is to demonstrate how intelligent transportation systems (ITS) technologies can efficiently and proactively manage the movement of people and goods in major transportation corridors.

Systems Engineering Architecture Planning

ITS architectures map the flow of information between communications, transportation, and organizational assets, and they incorporate inputs from cross-functional stakeholders. Cambridge Systematics has extensive experience developing small- and large-scale ITS architectures to integrate ITS applications and services. We are experts in all aspects of architecture planning, including establishing the operational concept, determining functional requirements and system interfaces, conducting standards identification and applicability, and determining funding-based project sequencing.

Transportation System Management and Operations Support

Agencies need forward-thinking guidance and ongoing support in implementing and managing complex transportation systems, from Intelligent Transportation Systems and travel demand models to asset management information systems and beyond. Cambridge Systematics plays a key role, through support contracts and on-call arrangements, in helping clients to address challenges and make use of systems-generated information for effective decision-making.

Intelligent Transportation Systems Planning and Evaluations

Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and operational improvements have become central to transportation management. Cambridge Systematics leads in the development and application of ITS, and our team has built some of the field's most extensive ITS analysis, planning and evaluation tools. Our award-winning ITS work helps agencies make better use of today’s infrastructure, conserving scarce resources for the future.

valexiadis

What is Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) and how is it being evaluated?

camsysadmin

The Federal government is engaged in several research projects to identify and develop the next generation of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) mobility applications. How do freight operations fit into the government’s research agenda?