Fundamentals of transportation engineering : a multimodal approach

@inproceedings{Fricker2004FundamentalsOT,
  title={Fundamentals of transportation engineering : a multimodal approach},
  author={Jon D. Fricker and Robert K. Whitford},
  year={2004}
}
1. Transportation Basics. 2. Traffic Flow: Theory and Analysis. 3. Highway Design for Performance. 4. Modeling Transportation Demand and Supply. 5. Planning and Evaluation for Decision-Making. 6. Safety on the Highway. 7. Highway Design for Safety. 8. Design of Intersections for Safety and Efficiency. 9. Highway Design for Rideability (Pavement Design). 10. Public Mass Transportation. 11. Air Transportation and Airports. 12. Moving Freight. 13. Toward a Sustainable Transportation System. 

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