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RSG creatively applies state-of-the-art modeling and analytics to inform our clients’ strategy and planning, helping organizations make critical decisions with confidence.
RSG creatively applies state-of-the-art modeling and analytics to inform our clients’ strategy and planning, helping organizations make critical decisions with confidence.

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With the holiday shopping season behind us, RSG’s Business Insights team asks what role online retailers played in how consumers shopped for new products last year. Findings suggest that a consistent presence across shopping channels is as important as ever. How does your online vs. in-store presence position you with target consumers?
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We are honored to sponsor and contribute to the 97th Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting in Washington, DC next week. We look forward to leading 14 presentations in addition to moderating several committee meetings. We’ll also be hosting a booth in the exhibit hall to share some of the exciting work we’re doing and to connect with clients and collaborators. If you’re at TRB, please swing by booth #675. https://buff.ly/2CYNuKb
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We’re excited that PANYNJ approved nearly $500 million for early phase projects of Newark Airport’s $2.3 billion Terminal A Redevelopment. This includes $75M for foundation work on new terminal frontage to accommodate a future AirTrain alignment. RSG played a critical role in the planning for this major AirTrain construction project. We led a large data collection, analysis, and forecasting effort which informed decisions on whether to replace and enhance AirTrain infrastructure (or implement another mode like bus service) and how to design the infrastructure, train features, and services to meet future ridership demand.
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RSGers in our San Diego office were busy last week with a first round of cleaning at Ski Beach in San Diego—collecting over 120 lbs. of trash in a 30-acre area! We are thrilled to have adopted this beach through the “Adopt-A-Beach” program with “I Love a Clean San Diego.” Learn more at https://buff.ly/2l4sjl6.
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Last week, the New York State DOT published the final market study on a proposed Central New York Inland Port. The study, led by RSG’s Steven Gayle, assessed the potential viability of a new Central New York Inland Port facility in the Syracuse area. Such a facility, offering a direct rail link with the Port of NY and NJ, has the potential to significantly reduce the cost of shipping to the region and reduce large trucks on the nearby interstate. Learn more at:
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RSG’s Ken Kaliski and Ryan Haac are attending the Acoustical Society in America conference in New Orleans this week. Ken will be chairing the Wind Turbine Noise session, and Ryan is to present preliminary results of wind turbine noise research—in particular, how RSG is using survey data for insight into the factors affecting audibility and annoyance to wind turbine sound.
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Wherever your travels may take you, we wish you happy times with family and friends this holiday season!
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An article authored by RSG’s Jerry Hendricks, “Respondent Engagement Requires Engagement,” was published last week on “The Research Insighter.” The piece responds to a disturbing trend in quant research—imposing arbitrary constraints on the survey instrument in the name of superior practice. In Jerry’s words, “Respondent engagement requires engagement. If we want consumers to take time out of their busy schedules to answer our questions, we need to keep it interesting!”
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