Transportation Systems Analysis
An introduction to the use of models in transportation planning. Topics include data issues, the four-stage approach to modelling transportation systems, discrete choice models and contextual factors such as land use.
|Three lectures, one lab (two hours); one term
|Prerequisite(s): GEOG 3LT3
|Antirequisite(s): CIV ENG 4H03, 4HH3
Time/Term Offered: Canelled Term one Fall 2012-13
Instructor: Antonio Paez
Room: General Science Building Rm. 236
Tel:(905) 525.9149 x26099
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