The program of urban studies and planning mainly focuses on the future development of a specific city. Transportation systems will be part of the main focus of these programs so learning how transportation systems work is essential.
The principles and key concepts behind transportations systems will be introduced in this [course_title]. You are taught in this course the fundamental systems components and networks of transportation systems work to tie it with other related systems.
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Course Credit: MIT
|Transportation as a Complex Socio-Technical System||00:40:00|
|Transportation Systems Components||00:35:00|
|30 Key Points||00:15:00|
|Class Discussion Based on Article Distributed||00:45:00|
|Modeling Demand Equilibrium||01:10:00|
|Traveler Level of Service||01:10:00|
|Urban Public Transportation||00:30:00|
|Urban Public Transportation (cont.)||00:35:00|
|Project Evaluation and Finance||01:30:00|
|Public Policy Issues — Privatization||01:00:00|
|Transportation Technologies — Their Role and Limitations||00:40:00|
|Megacities — Mexico City (Demand Revisited)||00:50:00|
|Large Scale Infrastructure System — The New York City Subway||00:25:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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