Transportation Policy

URPL-GP.2470, 4 points.

Semester: Spring

Courses

This course will introduce the student to the development and implementation of policy in transportation. It will cover principal issues, programs, concepts, decision-making processes, and institutional relationships. A broad conceptual framework to understand how policy is formed at the federal, state, and local level will be analyzed. Key leaders in the transportation field will participate as guest speakers. The course will also provide an opportunity to analyze policy development and implementation from the perspective of a transportation policy head.



Prerequisites:

CORE-GP.1022 or URPL-GP.2660

Semester Instructor Syllabus Link
Spring 2009Elliot SanderSyllabus
Semester Instructor Evaluation Link
Spring 2013Jon OrcuttEvaluation
Spring 2012Orcutt, JonathanEvaluation
Spring 2011Orcutt, JonathanEvaluation
Spring 2010Orcutt, JonathanEvaluation
Spring 2008Sander, Lee / Sterman, BrianEvaluation
Spring 2008Sander, Lee / Sterman, BrianEvaluation
Spring 2009Sterman, BrianEvaluation
Spring 2009Sander, ElliotEvaluation
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