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The goal for CE 367T is to be able to characterize traffic flow on arterial streets as well as freeways, including the roles of traffic control devices for interrupted as well as non- interrupted flow regimes. This goal includes being able to identify reasons for flow restrictions (bottlenecks) and design cost effective bottleneck solutions.

Civil Engineering 367T Traffic Engineering - Fall 2012 The University of Texas at Austin

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The goal for CE 367T is to be able to characterize traffic flow on arterial streets as well as freeways, including the roles of traffic control devices for interrupted as well as non- interrupted flow regimes. This goal includes being able to identify reasons for flow restrictions (bottlenecks) and design cost effective bottleneck solutions.

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    Lecture 02

    Lecture 02

    Refers to pages 1-36 of Traffic Engineering, Fourth Edition, by Roess, Prassas, and McShane, Pearson Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2011.

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    Lecture 03

    Lecture 03

    Refers to pages 38-70 of Traffic Engineering, Fourth Edition, by Roess, et al., 2011; MUTCD online; and class course notes (available on blackboard and at Speedway printing).

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    Lecture 04

    Lecture 04

    Refers to pages 131-156 of Traffic Engineering, Fourth Edition, by Roess, Prassas, and McShane, Pearson Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2011.

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    Lecture 05

    Lecture 05

    Refers to course notes on Professional Engineering Ethics Overview and Intro to Queuing Models

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    Lecture 06

    Lecture 06

    Refers to pages 445-537 of Traffic Engineering by Roess et al., 2011.

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    Lecture 07

    Lecture 07

    Refers to course notes on Signal timing and Cycle Length Estimation.

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