Indiana DOT awards D’Artagnan, Cambridge Systematics and University of Indiana study contract of infrastructure funding mechanisms

Indiana DOT awards D’Artagnan, Cambridge Systematics and University of Indiana study contract of infrastructure funding mechanisms Image

D’Artagnan is pleased to announce that, in association with prime contractor Cambridge Systematics, Inc. and Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs (together, the CS Team), it has won the Indiana Department of Transportation’s (INDOT) request for proposals No. 1405s1, Study of Transportation Infrastructure Funding Mechanisms. The CS Team consists of industry leaders in policy analysis, transportation funding, and asset management. Together, the team has worked with numerous transportation agencies in the U.S. and abroad on similar issues and studies.

This opportunity to partner with INDOT represents the type of work that D’Artagnan does best: helping decision makers in State executive and legislative branches evaluate transportation policy options.

D’Artagnan brings to this effort a history of tackling challenging and urgent projects in states struggling with looming shortfalls resulting from current funding policies. Leveraging the experience gained from these projects, D’Artagnan, together with the CS Team, will execute a funding study customized for Indiana’s funding and policy environment. D’Artagnan has the global depth of experience and sensitivity to the difficult issues facing Indiana to help guide decision-makers though this process successfully. Working together with the CS Team, we are committed to completing the study in a timely and cost effective manner.