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Title
Section
Instructor
Term
Credits
Requirements
UP 423 — Introduction to Urban and Environmental Planning
Section 001, LEC

Instructor: Quinn,Kelly Anne; homepage

WN 2007
Credits: 3

A comprehensive introductory course. Methods and processes in governmental planning and development of human activity systems requiring space, capital, and management components in the metropolitan environment. Major topics include: space and location planning, zoning and subdivision regulations, urban form and design, new town planning, housing urban renewal, transportation, metropolitan intergovernmental relations, comprehensive urban developmental planning, population and economic planning studies, planning techniques and methods. Emphasis is placed on recent developments and emerging problems.   

UP 572 — Transportation and Land Use Planning
Section 001, LEC

Instructor: Levine,Jonathan; homepage

WN 2007
Credits: 3

This course explores the interrelated systems of urban transportation and urban land use to discover principles and ideas that can be useful in developing plans that affect the two. The course covers four broad areas:

  1. Transportation Planning History: What assumptions and approaches have guided domestic transportation planning? How do transportation planning's roots and traditions affect current practice? In what ways did transportation planning and technologies interact to produce evolving city forms?
  2. Transportation and Land Use Theory: What frameworks have been developed to understand the interrelationships between transportation and land use, and how might these affect how we view potential transportation planning alternatives?
  3. Transportation Planning Techniques: Formal approaches to modeling domestic land use and transportation systems in the past few decades. We explore these approaches as well as their limitations.
  4. Urban Transportation Policy: Alternative definitions of "the transportation problem" can lead to different directions for policy. We explore various contemporary transportation planning concerns and approaches to dealing with them.

Advisory Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

 
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