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01.28.2016

RSG Expands National Presence to Portland, Oregon

We are excited to announce that we are expanding our national presence with the addition of an office in Portland, Oregon. This new space will enable us to better serve the needs of our growing national client base and strengthen our relationships with local agencies and organizations in the Pacific Northwest.

Our new office is conveniently located in downtown Portland, just a few blocks from the Willamette River and around the corner from Portland State University.

01.26.2016

RSG Project Receives ‘Young Professionals Excellence in Innovation’ Award

We are honored to receive the 2016 ‘Young Professionals Excellence in Innovation’ Award for our work on the VTrans project, Vermont State Highways On-Road Bicycle Facilities Plan. The project was led by RSG Senior Consultant Erica Wygonik along with RSG’s David Grover and teammates from Alta Planning and Design, VTrans, and Local Motion.

This project categorized state-owned highways across Vermont based on potential bicycle use. It leveraged readily available and easily collected data using GIS analysis, crowdsourced mapping, and extensive public outreach, and it will help VTrans to prioritize on-road bicycle facilities and to integrate bicycle planning with other roadway projects.

Award Announcement »

01.14.2016

RSG Presents at MBA Course

RSG’s Dan Weinstein and Jeff Dumont returned as guest presenters to the “Advanced Business Analytics” course at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. This is the third year RSG has contributed to this course.
The RSG team provided Tuck students with data and questions based on a real project and led a discussion of the students’ analytical and data visualization approaches. They then shared how RSG uses survey-based modeling techniques, market simulation models, and business strategy frameworks to help clients make informed decisions about their businesses.
We are honored to collaborate with Tuck faculty and students, and to facilitate continued learning.

12.28.2015

RSG Freight Work Featured in the News

RSG’s work with the Capital District Transportation Committee on the future of freight in the Albany, NY area was featured in media. The article highlights that the amount of freight shipped through the area is projected to grow by 67 percent over the next 15 years. This projection is part of a larger effort RSG has led to craft a regional freight and goods movement plan, including freight-supportive projects, policies, and strategies to support the region’s economic growth and quality of life. This is one of many freight-related studies RSG is involved in throughout the US.

Albany Business Review Article »

12.22.2015

RSG Sr. Consultant Appointed Vice Chair of ITE Strategic Initiatives Committee

RSG Senior Consultant, Steven Gayle, was recently appointed by ITE International President Paula Flores to serve on the ITE Strategic Initiatives Committee, and will serve as Vice Chair. This Committee is tasked with advising the ITE Board of Directors throughout 2016, devising priorities and creating strategic action plans to make ITE the organization of choice for transportation professionals. It will focus on programs that keep ITE on the leading edge of professional development, technical excellence, and advocacy.

ITE Website »

11.12.2015

RSG Named Great Place to Work®

For the second year in a row, RSG has been named a Great Place to Work® by the Great Place to Work® Institute. This honor is achieved by participating in a confidential survey of employees to rate their employers on benefits and culture. Our Great Place to Work® Review summarizes RSG as “Laid-back and intellectually challenging, employees say RSG values stimulating work and the well-being of those around them.” To learn more, check out our full Great Place to Work® Review.

RSG's Great Place to Work® Review »

11.05.2015

Over 10,000 Downloads of RSG’s Software Package

Since its release in 2013, RSG’s open-source software package, RSGHB, has been downloaded over 10,000 times, across 113 countries. RSGHB, available on The Comprehensive R Archive Network (CRAN), is designed to estimate Hierarchical Bayesian (HB) models from choice-based conjoint data, allowing users to run sophisticated models, which until RSGHB’s release required significant custom programming.

RSG’s Jeff Dumont and Jeff Keller created and maintain RSGHB and have won two consecutive “Best Poster” awards for RSGHB-related posters at the American Marketing Association’s annual Advance Research Techniques Forum.

RSGHB currently averages 450 downloads a month with top downloading countries including the US (31% of downloads), Japan (10%), China (9%), Germany (4%), Spain (4%), India (4%). We are proud to see RSG improving models around the world!

RSGHB »

11.04.2015

RSG Director Presenting at TMRE

RSG Director, Dan Weinstein, is presenting at TMRE: The Marketing Research Event in Orlando today. His talk is titled, “Choice Modeling for Business Action: Driving Incremental Revenue through Advanced Analytics.”

Event Details »

09.04.2015

RSG Sr. Consultant Joins Advisory Group for National Operations Center of Excellence

RSG Senior Consultant, Steven Gayle, was invited by the Executive Director of the National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE) to join an advisory group of transportation planners. This group aims to raise the profile of transportation system management and operations (TSMO) in the planning community and to make sure that topics that link planning and operations are included in NOCoE forums and blogs. NOCoE is a joint effort of AASHTO, ITE, and ITS America.

National Operations Center of Excellence »

08.11.2015

RSG Traffic Study Highlighted in News Article

RSG is highlighted in today’s Valley News article titled, “Lebanon Development Would Impact Traffic.” The article covers a recent RSG traffic impact study on a proposed development of more than 300 new single-family homes in Lebanon, NH.

Article »

06.23.2015

RSG Receives Workplace Award for Transportation Benefits

Last week, the Upper Valley Transportation Management Association (TMA) honored RSG with an award for our employee transportation policies. The TMA’s annual awards recognize organizations that make it easier to bike, walk, carpool, and ride the bus in the Upper Valley. RSG, winner of the ‘Small Workplace’ category, is lauded for innovative programs, including co-locating near transit and offering subsidies to employees who purchase homes near the workplace.

Award Announcement »

06.19.2015

RSG Wins Best Poster at Advanced Research Techniques (ART) Forum

RSG’s Jeffrey Dumont, Jeff Keller, and Nelson Whipple authored the poster “Understanding How Covariates Perform Across Different HB Packages,” which won the Best Poster award at the American Marketing Association’s Advanced Research Techniques (ART) Forum this week. The poster articulates the similarities and differences in performance across popular hierarchical Bayes modeling packages—such as RSGHB, bayesm, and Sawtooth’s CBCHB—and the implications for the modeler.

This is the third time that RSG has been honored with the ‘Best Poster’ award at this event.

05.13.2015

RSG Study Published on Front Page of The Seattle Times

RSG’s Puget Sound Regional Travel Study was featured yesterday on the front page of The Seattle Times. The study surveyed more than 6,000 households in the Seattle metro area to help planners understand more about how and why people travel around the region. The article focuses on how lifestyle trumps affordability for most living in central Seattle.

The Seattle Times Article »

05.12.2015

On-Road Bicycle Project Featured on VPR and WCAX

RSG is working with the Vermont Agency of Transportation to develop an On-Road Bicycle Plan in support of enhancing on-road bicycle improvements on the State highways. The deadline for public input is May 15th and both Vermont Public Radio and Burlington’s WCAX News shared the story. RSG and VTrans are collecting public input on where people ride now and routes people would like to ride if they were safer. This input will help to inform where to focus limited resources towards bicycle improvements and allow better integration into Agency projects.

VPR News Story »

05.07.2015

RSG Survey Featured on TV News Program

RSG is working with the South Carolina Department of Transportation to determine drivers’ willingness to pay for travel time savings for a new stretch of Interstate 73 in South Carolina. The survey is currently in field and the project was recently featured by NBC’s WMBF news program. Check it out.

WMBF News Clip »

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