NEC2204 - Highway Engineering
|1.||Locate, evaluate and analyse a wide range of data relevant to the design and layout of both greenfield and infill urban developments;|
|2.||Develop broad scale plans for greenfield and infill urban developments incorporating appropriate residential, commercial, industrial, open space / recreational areas and transport networks, as well as detailed layout plans for residential subdivision street schemes with service and traffic management arrangements;|
|3.||Select and apply relevant transport planning techniques including traffic surveys and analysis, demand assessment and management, modal split and trip assignment modelling, freight needs assessment, and modelling of complex signalized intersection;|
|4.||Evaluate plans and solutions to problems against technical, environmental, economic and social criteria;|
|5.||Demonstrate professional capabilities to collaborate effectively in a small team with responsibilities and accountability for your own learning and development of appropriate technical reports.|
|Assignment||Assignment 1: Individual Transport planning assignment (1500 words)||25%|
|Assignment||Assignment 2: Team-based design/modelling assignment (2000 words)||25%|
|Examination||End-of-semester exam (2 hours)||50%|
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