TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE DESIGN Class #20926
Introduces transportation infrastructure design and includes important areas of knowledge including: the history of transportation engineering; basic roles of transportation engineering (including planning, design, general operations, and overall management); introduction to design concepts (including alignment & profile, typical sections, intersection design, pedestrian & bicycle accommodations, parking lot layout, and runways & taxiways); traffic control and staging; and an overview of design plans, details, and design requirements for different transportation project types.
Prerequisite: 10-607-100 INTRODUCTION TO CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY. Condition: Accepted in the Civil Engineering Technology Associate Degree program or with Dean or Associate Dean approval.
|Days & Times||Room||Instructor||Meeting Dates|
|Thursday 8:00AM - 9:50AM||H104-Wausau Campus H Bld CMLB||Michael Kowal||Sep 1 - Dec 15|
|Thursday 8:00AM - 9:50AM||COMCONF: Web Conference-Home||Michael Kowal||Sep 1 - Dec 15|