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Oct 15, 2015 by John Carruthers (jic)
PSUS 6210 : Transportation Planning in City Systems
Thu, 15 Oct 2015 09:19:09 GMT
Thu, 30 Jul 2015 01:11:25 GMT
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Professional Studies Urban Sustainability (PSUS)
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SUP-GC: Sustainable Urban Planning
SUP-MPS: Sustainable Urban Planning
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College of Professional Studies (CPS)
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Transportation Planning in City Systems
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Transportation planning with long-run goals in mind, including reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The role of planning at local and regional scales within the broader framework of transportation engineering.
Define the role of urban planners vis-a-vis other professionals (for example, engineers) working in the transportation arena. Delineate the role of transportation planning at the federal, state, and local levels. Explain the roles of developers, architects, civil engineers, state agency staff, local planning commissions, local elected officials and average citizens engaged in the transportation planning process. Connect transportation planning to land use (and other) planning activities in a way that achieves increased efficiency and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. Distinguish between alternative transportation systems. Develop planning-related transportation policy for transportation networks in newly developing and advanced city systems.
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