C&EE 181

Traffic Engineering Systems: Operations and Control

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Robert Campbell See Full Profile

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Although Walter Okitsu and Robert Campbell won't be teaching this class again, to my knowledge (UCLA hired a full-time Transpo professor, I think), I imagine they'll come back to guest lecture for this class and that will be a treat. Walter and Robert (a) care about students learning (b) are so freaking knowledgeable about this stuff and (c) give great lectures, with great information, and great slides.
Course content: everything related to traffic engineering! It was a great survey of lots of different areas of traffic engineering, including lanes, roads, signals, intersections, levels of service, jurisdiction, parking, and really a lot more.
Course format: during COVID, synchronous quizzes every week made me wake up for that lecture, but I watched the other lecture and discussions asynchronously. Those quizzes and the final (group) project were the main contributors to grade, I think. The final project focuses on a case study, where a team of 4-5 students make a /very/ detailed recommendation for what the city can do to improve a certain corridor.

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W Okitsu See Full Profile

Overall 5.0 Easiness 4.0 Workload 4.0 Clarity 5.0 Helpfulness 5.0

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TOP CLASS I'VE TAKEN AT UCLA
Although Walter Okitsu and Robert Campbell won't be teaching this class again, to my knowledge (UCLA hired a full-time Transpo professor, I think), I imagine they'll come back to guest lecture for this class and that will be a treat. Walter and Robert (a) care about students learning (b) are so freaking knowledgeable about this stuff and (c) give great lectures, with great information, and great slides.
Course content: everything related to traffic engineering! It was a great survey of lots of different areas of traffic engineering, including lanes, roads, signals, intersections, levels of service, jurisdiction, parking, and really a lot more.
Course format: during COVID, synchronous quizzes every week made me wake up for that lecture, but I watched the other lecture and discussions asynchronously. Those quizzes and the final (group) project were the main contributors to grade, I think. The final project focuses on a case study, where a team of 4-5 students make a /very/ detailed recommendation for what the city can do to improve a certain corridor.

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