C&EE C285

Transportation Systems Analysis

Description: Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Requisite: course 180. Transportation researchers and practitioners are motivated by desire to explain spatial interactions that resulted in movement of people or goods from place to place. Such interactions become more intricate as new technologies emerge. To explore and perceive these intricate interactions, understanding of essential nature of transportation systems to analyze and optimally design such systems is needed more than ever. Introduction to fundamental concepts, methods, and principles underlying transportation systems analysis. Includes two modules, each of which focuses on one level of system analysis: traveler behavior and network. Concurrently scheduled with course C185. Letter grading.

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