Transportation, Land Use, and Urban Form

URPL-GP.2631, 3 points.


This is an introductory course in urban transportation planning. The course is divided into 3 parts. Part One is a foundational review of theories and research about the complex relationships among transportation, land use and urban form.  Part Two examines certain key factors that today’s transportation planners deal with as transportation and land use interact in the context of planning and projects. Part Three involves a review of some of the most notable transportation and land use plans, projects and problems facing the New York City metropolitan region. The final class examines useful international trends and comparisons.



Semester Instructor Syllabus Link
Fall 2015Christian Bastian, William WheelerSyllabus
Fall 2014Christian Bastian, William WheelerSyllabus
Fall 2013Geoffrey MorrisonSyllabus
Fall 2012Andrew MondscheinSyllabus
Spring 2012Andrew MondscheinSyllabus
Fall 2011Andrew MondscheinSyllabus
Semester Instructor Evaluation Link
Fall 2015Christian BastianEvaluation
Fall 2015William WheelerEvaluation
Fall 2014Evaluation
Fall 2014Evaluation
Fall 2013Geoff MorrisonEvaluation
Spring 2012Mondschein, AndrewEvaluation
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Bastian, Christian
Wheeler, William

Weekly Schedule:
Tue - 6:45 pm to 8:25 pm

Session Dates:
09/06/2016 to 12/16/2016

Bldg:GCASL Room:288