Since its founding in 1998, Econometrica has been involved in complex, high-profile contracts for numerous Federal departments and agencies in the transportation sector, where our research and regulatory support functions have allowed us to develop a deep familiarity with transportation data as well as the entities and systems that generate, manage, and utilize this data.
Econometrica has ongoing and past engagements conducting research and analysis on transportation issues for several offices in the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). This work routinely includes use of the crash datasets (e.g., Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), Crash Reporting Sampling System (CRSS)). Our work in this area has spanned engagements with a variety of agencies.
Our senior economists, senior statisticians, and policy experts have supported the development and analysis of numerous high-profile Federal Government programs and regulations related to transportation safety, homeland security, aerospace, and consumer protection for the U.S. Department of Transportation and other Federal agencies. We have intensively studied and modeled transportation incident and usage data, and we currently maintain the injury, fatality, property, and environmental damage models used by our clients.
Our communications specialists, technical editors, and graphic designers have produced and edited dozens of statistical publications and research reports for numerous Federal agencies. We have also developed webinars, interactive web-based training modules, and other training materials on data and regulations.
Our grant program experts have assisted in the technical and financial oversight of several large DOT grants to U.S. States, territories, and local governments. We have also provided technical assistance to grant applicants and recipients.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA):
- Modeling aggregate economic benefits of the Earth Observation Data program.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA):
- Modeling safety and aggregate economic benefits of the Nautical Charting Program.
U.S. Census Bureau (USCB):
- Research, analysis, and IT support for the Longitudinal Business Database.
Maritime Administration (MARAD):
- Economic analysis to assist in the determination of fair and reasonable U.S.-flag ocean freight rates.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA):
- Support for the NHTSA Traffic Records Program.
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA):
- Communications, technical editing, and web-based training tools for the Office of Analysis, Research, and Technology.
- Economic analysis, regulatory evaluation, and environmental analysis support for the Office of Policy.
Office of the Secretary of Transportation (OST):
- Economic analysis of airline consumer protection regulations.
Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA):
- Economic analysis, regulatory evaluation, and environmental analysis support for the Office of Hazardous Materials Safety and the Office of Pipeline Safety.
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
- Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
- Federal Highway Administration
- Bureau of Transportation Statistics
- Office of the Secretary of Transportation
- Federal Aviation Administration
- Federal Railroad Administration
- Maritime Administration
- Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
- Volpe National Transportation Systems Center
- U.S. Access Board
- U.S. Coast Guard
- Transportation Security Administration
- Transportation Research Board
- Millennium Challenge Corporation
- New York Metropolitan Transit Authority
- North Carolina Department of Transportation