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Recognise and critically discuss the purposes and principles of diverse models in transport planning

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Recognise and critically discuss the purposes and principles of diverse models in transport planning

This paper revolves around the National Occupational Standards for Transport Planning and you are supposed to discuss the purposes and principle of diverse models in transport planning in your report. Also, you are to show a high-level of awareness of the major sources of data, process diverse transport data, and discuss the basics of transport analysis. Moreover, you are asked to conduct impact analysis of transport plans and projects and finally, interpret results from models and produce policy implication based on the results.

Course Aims

In keeping with the National Occupational Standards for Transport Planning, the aims of this course are to introduce design, tools and techniques, and data sources used in transport planning. Using a case-based approach, the course will introduce the student to the major methodological approaches in urban studies.

 

Specific course aims are to:

Provide in-depth principles of transport demand forecasting and advanced approaches to create long-range transport plans;

Explain and evaluate approaches for travel behaviour analysis;

Outline and critique cost-benefit analysis and related evaluation and impact analysis topics.

Intended Learning Outcomes of Course

By the end of this course students will be able to:

 

1. Recognise and critically discuss the purposes and principles of diverse models in transport planning;

2. Display a high level of awareness on the major sources of data used for transport planning;

3. Process diverse transport data with appropriate models;

4. Illustrate and critically discuss the fundamentals of transport analysis including travel demand modelling;

5. Critically evaluate and conduct impact analysis of transport plans and projects;

6. Interpret results from models and produce policy implications based on outcomes.

 


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