856102 Transport planning and travel behaviour


Type
Lecture and exercise
Semester hours
3
Lecturer (assistant)
Mattersberger, Andreas , Pohl, Hannah , Maier, Jeremias , Gühnemann, Astrid , Pfaffenbichler, Paul Christian , Meschik, Michael , Stark, Juliane , Kermer, Laura , Filipovic, Patricia , Aschauer, Florian , Berger, Wolfgang Josef , Roider, Oliver
Organisation
Offered in
Wintersemester 2020/21
Languages of instruction
Deutsch

Content

A
Introduction: the activities and areas of responsibility associated with transport planning, guiding principles in transport planning over time, sustainable development and mobility
B
basics and terms/definitions: mobility and traffic, accessibility, transport supply and demand, different modes of transport, development of mobility and traffic, key mobility figures, trends in mobility development
C
Planning – process, assessment and framework conditions, overview on planning strategies, basics of planning, planning steps, objectives and indicators, assessment tools and decision aids, environmental impact assessment
D
Survey methodology, types of mobility surveys, surveys of flowing traffic (motorised, non-motorised, PT), stationary traffic, all traffic modes, other surveys, practical steps in surveys
E
Transport demand and supply: overview and interaction, influencing factors, modelling
F
Traffic safety, environmental impacts: safety, noise pollution, greenhouse gas emissions GHG, energy consumption, air pollution, calculation of pollutants emission and immission, land and nature consumption

Exercises:
Mobility survey and analyse of the traffic behaviour and the mode supply regarding the trip from home to university.

Objective (expected results of study and acquired competences)

to provide a basic understanding of transport planning and mobility and to introduce the main procedures
You can find more details like the schedule or information about exams on the course-page in BOKUonline.