Cambridge Systematics, Inc. is pleased to announce that the following 10 staff members recently received promotions to Principal: John (Jay) Evans, AICP, P.E.; Joseph A. Guerre, P.E., PMP; Christopher G. Hedden; George D. Mazur, P.E.; Douglas D. Sallman; Michael T. Williamson; Andrew S. Witty; Janet Wolf, J.D.; Yushuang Zhou, Ph.D.; and Eric A. Ziering.
Christopher G. Hedden
Christopher G. Hedden has 19 years of transportation operations experience, including expertise in intelligent transportation systems (ITS).
Mr. Hedden joined Cambridge Systematics in 2003, and has since demonstrated his competence in a range of technical areas, including ITS planning, transit ITS, and operations archive data management.
also has demonstrated his
commitment to serving the firm's clients, particularly those in the Midwest region.
Among his achievements, Mr. Hedden recently managed the development of the Traffic Operations Infrastructure Plan in Wisconsin, which received the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) Transportation Planning Excellence Award in 2008.
currently is leading Cambridge Systematics' efforts in the development of two performance measure archive data systems in Indiana and Missouri, as well as supporting the planning and design of numerous ITS systems in Michigan.
also has assisted in the development of regional ITS architectures in Ohio, Michigan, Arkansas, and Illinois.
He served for three years as President of ITS Mid-America and led the effort to merge this organization with ITS-Midwest and now serves as the new, larger four-state organization's Vice President.
He also serves on AASHTO's Standing Subcommittee on Operations and Management.
can be reached by telephone at (614) 419-9009 or via email at email@example.com.