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Transport Modelling

When you'll study it
Semester 1
CATS points
ECTS points
Level 7
Module lead
Benedict Waterson
Academic year

Module overview

This module builds on theoretical aspects of transport planning and engineering to introduce a more applied approach covering the state-of-the-art in transport modelling. The module is divided into three intermixed strands: 'Transport Demand Models' for predicting overall travel patterns; 'Microscopic Transport Models' for predicting operations of individual road junctions; and ‘Regional Transport Models' for analysing impacts of transport systems across wide areas. The overall aim is to develop an understanding of the different approaches to modelling the consequences of transport engineering, planning and policy decisions.

Students on this module who have not previously studied module

CENV3060 Highway and Traffic Engineering

must also take at least one of

CENV6169 Transport Planning: Policy and Governance

CENV6171 Highway and Traffic Engineering

Linked modules

Pre-requisite CENV3060 or CENV6169 or CENV6171

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