END 415

END 415– Transportation Analysis

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Course No.: 21263

Department: Urban and Regional Planning

Semester: 2018 Spring

Location: Hayes Hall – 217

Meeting Day(s): Monday

Meeting Time: 2:00 PM - 4:40 PM

Faculty: Baek

Transportation is an essential component of our daily lives and sustainable transportation system is more important than ever in response to concerns about mobility, accessibility to transit, safety, equity, air quality, climate change, and public health. This course is structured to provide students with information about current practices in urban transportation planning field. It covers historical and institutional frameworks, methods of estimating travel demand, and evaluating current service conditions at intersections. The course will place important emphases on planning issues, such as land use, public transit options, and pedestrian and bicycle planning practices.

END 350 or PD 350 pre-requisite