CE 596 Transportation Systems Planning and Operation

This course in Transportation Systems Planning provides the engineering student with an introduction to traditional planning processes and exposure to new planning approaches being adopted in public and private sectors. Specific transportation engineering materials and case studies will be used to increase the students’ breath of knowledge and familiarity with the state of the practice in the discipline. Upon completion of the course the student will be prepared to become involved in activities requiring project evaluation of context, assessment of facility siting issues, and preliminary design of transportation facilities in urban and suburban areas (e.g., highways, transit systems, bike lanes and footpaths).




Graduate Student or At Least Junior


Civil Engineering Program