CE 2710 Spring 2020
Transportation Engineering and Planning
Teaching Team
Lectures
3:35 to 4:25 pm, Monday and Wednesday - CAST 212
Instructor: Norman Garrick
Office Hours: W 2 to 3 pm (CAST 330)
UAA: Lauren Romeo
lauren.s.romeo@uconn.edu
 Office Hours: M 2:30 to 3:30 (CAST 123)
Tutorials
9:30 to 10:20 am, Thursday - CAST 204
11:00 to 11:50 pm, Thursday - CAST 204
Instructor: Ge Shi 
ge.shi@uconn.edu
Office Hours: F 3 to 4 pm (CAST 205)
Course Description
This class is an introduction to transportation engineering and planning. 
 
The goal is to equip students with basic knowledge of the various modes of transportation, where they are used and how they are used.
We will look at the interdependance between transportation type and land use. We will focus on understanding how transportation affect social life, the economy and the environment.
And we will learn how to use some basic transportation techniques for the planning and design of sustainable places and the supporting transportation systems.
 
Grade Assessment

* Finals may count as 3/6 to replace one quiz

Late HW and Projects will not be credited except by prior arrangements based on an appropriate excuse.