Urban Transportation Planning

Urban Transportation Planning
Theories and principles of transportation planning emphasizing environmental, energy, economic, and social issues.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 RecommendedGeog 310, 410.
 ProgramsContaining GEOG 424
Course Outcomes

Understanding Human Settlements

Demonstrate knowledge of the social sciences (history, economics, sociology, political science, anthropology, psychology, geography) as they relate to human settlements including knowledge of the social and spatial structure of urban and regional systems, local public finance, economics of development, infrastructure provision and effects of globalization. (PAB 4.2.1a)

Understanding the History and Theory of Urban Planning

Demonstrate knowledge of the institutions that both shape and respond to plans and planning-related activities: including knowledge of the economic, social and political institutions that influence planning and that are susceptible to purposeful change. At a minimum this study should include institutions across scale (e.g. local to global) and sector (e.g. public, private and nonprofit). (PAB 4.2.2c)