Transportation, Land Use, and Urban Form

URPL-GP.2631, 4 points.

Courses

This is an introductory course in urban transportation planning that examines the evolution of urban transportation systems and the complex relationships between transportation, land use, and urban form. The content of the course is divided into four parts. The first is a historical look at the planning and development of transportation systems and urban form in the U.S. The second part looks more conceptually and theoretically at the relationships between land use and transportation. The third part examines a number of land use and transportation policy questions facing planners today. And the fourth part explores the normative perspectives and values shaping our views of cities and their transportation systems.



Prerequisites:

None.

Semester Instructor Syllabus Link
Fall 2013Geoffrey MorrisonSyllabus
Fall 2012Andrew MondscheinSyllabus
Spring 2012Andrew MondscheinSyllabus
Fall 2011Andrew MondscheinSyllabus
Semester Instructor Evaluation Link
Fall 2013Geoff MorrisonEvaluation
Spring 2012Mondschein, AndrewEvaluation
Fall 2011Mondschein, AndrewEvaluation
Spring 2011Mondschein, AndrewEvaluation
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Instructors:
Bastian, Christian
Wheeler, William

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

Session Dates:
09/02/2014 to 12/12/2014

Location:
Bldg:25W4 Room:C-17