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Transportation Planning
Process
The transportation planning process almost always
involves the following six steps (in some form or
another):
1. Identification of goals/objectives (anticipatory
planning) or problems (reactive planning)
2. Generation of alternative methods of accomplishing
these objectives or solving these problems
3. Determination of the impacts of the different
alternatives
4. Evaluation of different alternatives
5. Selection of one alternative
6. Implementation
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Transportation Planning
Process
The transportation planning process almost always
involves the following six steps (in some form or
another):
1. Identification of goals/objectives (anticipatory
planning) or problems (reactive planning)
2. Generation of alternative methods of accomplishing
these objectives or solving these problems
3. Determination of the impacts of the different
alternatives
4. Evaluation of different alternatives
5. Selection of one alternative
6. Implementation
Transportation Engineering
 Transportation engineering is a sub-discipline of civil
engineering which deals with the application of
technology and scientific principles to the planning,
functional design, operation and management of
facilities for any mode of transportation in order to
provide the safe, rapid, comfortable, convenient,
economical, and environmentally compatible
movement of people and goods (transport).
 The planning aspects of transport engineering relate to
urban planning, and involve technical forecasting
decisions and political factors.
 Transportation engineering, as practiced by civil
engineers, primarily involves planning, design,
construction, maintenance, and operation of
transportation facilities
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Transportation Planning
Process
The transportation planning process almost always
involves the following six steps (in some form or
another):
1. Identification of goals/objectives (anticipatory
planning) or problems (reactive planning)
2. Generation of alternative methods of accomplishing
these objectives or solving these problems
3. Determination of the impacts of the different
alternatives
4. Evaluation of different alternatives
5. Selection of one alternative
6. Implementation
Transportation Engineering
 Transportation engineering is a sub-discipline of civil
engineering which deals with the application of
technology and scientific principles to the planning,
functional design, operation and management of
facilities for any mode of transportation in order to
provide the safe, rapid, comfortable, convenient,
economical, and environmentally compatible
movement of people and goods (transport).
 The planning aspects of transport engineering relate to
urban planning, and involve technical forecasting
decisions and political factors.
 Transportation engineering, as practiced by civil
engineers, primarily involves planning, design,
construction, maintenance, and operation of
transportation facilities
TRANSPORT  NETWORK TRANSPORT  NETWORK
MEANS OF  TRANSPORT
LAND WATER AIR
ROADWAYS RAILWAYS PIPELINES
INLAND
WAYS
OVERSEAS
WAYS
DOMESTIC
AIRWAYS
INTERNATIONAL
AIRWAYS
PUBLIC
UNDERTAKING
PRIVATE
AIRLINES
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Transportation Planning
Process
The transportation planning process almost always
involves the following six steps (in some form or
another):
1. Identification of goals/objectives (anticipatory
planning) or problems (reactive planning)
2. Generation of alternative methods of accomplishing
these objectives or solving these problems
3. Determination of the impacts of the different
alternatives
4. Evaluation of different alternatives
5. Selection of one alternative
6. Implementation
Transportation Engineering
 Transportation engineering is a sub-discipline of civil
engineering which deals with the application of
technology and scientific principles to the planning,
functional design, operation and management of
facilities for any mode of transportation in order to
provide the safe, rapid, comfortable, convenient,
economical, and environmentally compatible
movement of people and goods (transport).
 The planning aspects of transport engineering relate to
urban planning, and involve technical forecasting
decisions and political factors.
 Transportation engineering, as practiced by civil
engineers, primarily involves planning, design,
construction, maintenance, and operation of
transportation facilities
TRANSPORT  NETWORK TRANSPORT  NETWORK
MEANS OF  TRANSPORT
LAND WATER AIR
ROADWAYS RAILWAYS PIPELINES
INLAND
WAYS
OVERSEAS
WAYS
DOMESTIC
AIRWAYS
INTERNATIONAL
AIRWAYS
PUBLIC
UNDERTAKING
PRIVATE
AIRLINES
The Role of Transport Network
in the development
1. Lifelines of the Country-
2. Transportation
3. Turning of local market into national
market
4. Help in the development of economy
5. National integration of the country
6. Cultural integration
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Transportation Planning
Process
The transportation planning process almost always
involves the following six steps (in some form or
another):
1. Identification of goals/objectives (anticipatory
planning) or problems (reactive planning)
2. Generation of alternative methods of accomplishing
these objectives or solving these problems
3. Determination of the impacts of the different
alternatives
4. Evaluation of different alternatives
5. Selection of one alternative
6. Implementation
Transportation Engineering
 Transportation engineering is a sub-discipline of civil
engineering which deals with the application of
technology and scientific principles to the planning,
functional design, operation and management of
facilities for any mode of transportation in order to
provide the safe, rapid, comfortable, convenient,
economical, and environmentally compatible
movement of people and goods (transport).
 The planning aspects of transport engineering relate to
urban planning, and involve technical forecasting
decisions and political factors.
 Transportation engineering, as practiced by civil
engineers, primarily involves planning, design,
construction, maintenance, and operation of
transportation facilities
TRANSPORT  NETWORK TRANSPORT  NETWORK
MEANS OF  TRANSPORT
LAND WATER AIR
ROADWAYS RAILWAYS PIPELINES
INLAND
WAYS
OVERSEAS
WAYS
DOMESTIC
AIRWAYS
INTERNATIONAL
AIRWAYS
PUBLIC
UNDERTAKING
PRIVATE
AIRLINES
The Role of Transport Network
in the development
1. Lifelines of the Country-
2. Transportation
3. Turning of local market into national
market
4. Help in the development of economy
5. National integration of the country
6. Cultural integration
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