Our insights blend quality data, deep experience, and careful consideration of the world around us.
Insights draw connections and consider impacts through the lens of industry trends and conditions. They turn data into direction. We’re always considering how the behaviors of people and the systems around them are evolving and how to use these findings to shape a more successful future for the world around us.
Household travel surveys (HTS), which are typically conducted every 10 years, have been an important instrument in the toolkit of state and regional transportation planners for decades. Decennial HTS deliver valuable, real-world data for travel…
Earlier this month, RSGers traveled to Washington, DC, for the 102nd Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting. Following the numerous disruptions that began in 2020, we were excited to gather at the 2023 TRB conference…
Walk around any downtown, and you will observe how the infrastructure has (or has not) encouraged people to choose travel modes other than the personal automobile. The operative word in the previous sentence is walk,…
Strategies for Integrating Health Outcomes
Three Considerations Around Drone Noise and Strategies for Mitigation
The path ahead for drones looks more promising than ever. But as drones take off, noise remains an unresolved issue despite research confirming the sound from their operations is uniquely annoying. Read more »
Forecasting Tools in a Time of Disruption and Uncertainty
Evaluating complex systems to forecast future conditions has never been simple, but disruptive technological changes and outside shocks to the system (like the COVID-19 pandemic) have further challenged practitioners. Strategic models can help. Read more »
Our team worked with the Florida Department of Transportation and regional planning organizations to combine travel survey data and big data.
Our team worked to develop a Transportation Equity Framework for a state department of transportation looking to improve equitable outcomes.
Our team worked with the Utah Transit Authority to develop a model using FTA’s Simplified Trips-on-Project Software (STOPS).