CIVE 440 Traffic Engineering and Simulation (3 credits)

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Offered by: Civil Engineering (Faculty of Engineering)

Overview

Civil Engineering : Driver, vehicle and traffic flow characteristics; origin-destination studies, traffic studies and analysis, queuing theory applications, microsimulation, highway design and capacity analysis, non-motorized facility design, HOV lane design, public transportation priority design, parking analysis, traffic signal design and control, traffic microsimulation with HCS, VISSIM and SYNCHRO.

Terms: Fall 2016

Instructors: Paul St-Aubin (Fall)

  • (3-3-3)

  • Prerequisite: CIVE 319 (a D grade is acceptable for prerequisite purposes)