1.221J | Fall 2004 | Graduate
Transportation Systems

Calendar

LEC 2004 LECTURE NOTE TOPICS 2002 FULL NOTE TOPICS
Block I: Introduction / Philosophy / Basic Transportation Systems Concepts
1 Introduction: Context, Concepts, and Characterization Introduction: Context, Concepts, and Characterization
2-3 Transportation System Components: An Internal and External Perspective

Transportation System Components: An Internal Perspective

Transportation System Components: An External Perspective

The Customer and Level-of-Service

4 Article for Discussion Networks
5-10 Transportation Systems: 30 Key Points

Transportation Systems: Key Points 1-10

Transportation Systems: Key Points 11-17

Transportation Systems: Key Points 18-24

Transportation Systems: Key Points 25-30

Models and Frameworks

Modeling Concepts

Block II: Freight Transportation
11-18

Freight

Rail Freight

The Logistics System and Freight Level-of-Service

Railroads: Introductory Concepts

Railroad Operations

Railroad Terminals: P-MAKE Analysis to Predict Network Performance

Car Costs and Level-of-Service

The Kwon Model–Power, Freight Car Fleet Size, and Service Priorities: A Simulation Application

Measuring Origin-Destination Service and Other Rail Issues

Trucking

Ocean Shipping, International Freight, and Freight Summary

Block III: Traveler Transportation
19-27 Traveler Transportation and Summary

Traveler Transportation: Introduction

Commuting, Non-work Travel and Safety, and Some Transportation History

Traveler Level-of-Service

Intelligent Transportation Systems

The Urban Transportation Planning Process and Real-Time Network Control

Traffic Signals and Other Control Measures

Deterministic Queuing

Urban Public Transportation

Intercity Traveler Transportation: Air

Intercity Traveler Transportation: Rail

Block IV: Summary
28 Summary Summary

Learning Resource Types
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