Transportation Engineering: A Practical Approach to Highway Design, Traffic Analysis, and Systems Operation https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/1260019578.jpeg 1 9781260019575 Traffic, highway, and transportation design principles and practical applications This comprehensive textbook clearly explains the many aspects of transportation systems planning, design, operation, and maintenance. Transportation Engineering: A Practical Approach to Highway Design, Traffic Analysis, and Systems Operations explores key topics, including geometric design for roadway alignment; traffic demand, flow, and control; and highway and intersection capacity. Emerging issues such as livable streets, automated vehicles, and smart cities are also discussed. You will get real-world case studies that highlight practical applications as well as valuable diagrams and tables that define transportation engineering terms and acronyms. Coverage includes: • An introduction to transportation engineering • Geometric design • Traffic flow theory • Traffic control • Capacity and level of service • Highway safety • Transportation demand • Transportation systems management and operations • Emerging topics
Transportation Engineering: A Practical Approach to Highway Design, Traffic Analysis, and Systems Operation

Transportation Engineering: A Practical Approach to Highway Design, Traffic Analysis, and Systems Operation

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By Beverly T. Kuhn
ISBN10: 1260019578
ISBN13: 9781260019575
Copyright: 2019
09781260019575

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Beverly T. Kuhn