Planning and Transports
At the end of this curricular unit the student will have acquired the knowledge, skills and competences that will allow him to:
Understand and interpret the concepts and principles of Planning;
Know the applicable legislation;
Interpret the different models and theories of Planning;
Act within the scope of Sustainable Planning;
Participate in projects in the scope of Planning and Territorial Planning;
Understand a transportation network, the available modes and the integration and intermodality mechanisms;
Analyse a mobility plan.
Ana Catarina Pinto de Sousa da Cruz Lopes, Rui Alexandre Lopes Baltazar Micaelo
Weekly - 5
Total - Available soon
Silva, A.B.; Santos, S. (2011) Medidas de acalmia de tráfego. Instituto Nacional de Infraestruturas Rodoviárias.
CMB; CML; CMM; Transitec (2008) Manual de metodologia e boas práticas para a elaboração de um plano de mobilidade sustentável. Câmara Municipal do Barreiro, Câmara Municipal de Loures, Câmara Municipal da Moita e Transitec – Engenheiros Consultores.
TRB (2000) HCM – Highway Capacity Manual. Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., ISBN 0-309-06681-6
Mannering, F. L.; Washburn, S.S. (2012) Principles of Highway Engineering and Traffic Analysis, 5ª Ed..Willey, ISBN-10: 1118120140
Oral theoretical lectures.
Practical lessons in the lab with practical group work and individual research.
For approval a minimum grade of 9 is required in the practical component and a minimum grade of 9 is required in the theoretical component of the discipline.
Obtaining frequency: mandatory delivery of all elements of practical assessment.
Students approved and with frequency in the practical component of the course, but who aren’t approved in the theoretical evaluation have access to a written exam.
Students approved and with frequency in the theoretical component of the course, but who aren’t approved in the practical evaluation do NOT have access to a written exam.
TG 40% (online)
TTI 15% (online)
TT1 15% (in person)
TT2 30% (in person)
Concepts associated with Planning.
Historical Evolution of Planning.
Models and Theories of Planning.
Natural, Technological and Mixed Risks.
Territorial Management Instruments.
Transportation modes: types, integration and intermodality;
Concepts of public transportation.
Concepts of road traffic.
Programs where the course is taught: