Transportation Engineering is concerned with the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of the infrastructure associated with vehicles, driver/passengers and rights of way.
Transportation demand modelling and forecasting; transportation and land-use interaction analysis; urban system analysis; urban and regional transportation planning; pedestrian systems planning; non-motorized mode planning; travel behaviour; transportation systems analysis; transportation supply modelling; transportation policy and plan development; plan evaluation; measurement of public attitudes; transportation economics.
Traffic engineering characteristics; traffic engineering studies; traffic flow theory; traffic models; highway capacity; intersection capacity; urban traffic control; traffic management, road safety; transportation impact assessment; intelligent transportation systems.
Planning and design of highways; two-lane highways; mountain highway engineering; traffic simulation on rural two-lane highways; low-cost operational improvements for two-lane highways.
Planning and design urban public transport systems; operational analysis of public transport systems; bus, LRT and metro heavy-rail systems; park + ride facility planning and design; integration of public transport and non-motorized modes.
Planning, design and operational analysis of airport and airport systems; airport terminals and landside systems; modelling at planning design and operation levels.
Transport policy and planning in developing countries; roles of auto, public transport and non-motorized modes; urban, intercity and rural transport issues in developing countries.