Transportation Engineering

Transportation Engineering

Theory, Practice, and Modeling

2nd Edition - January 28, 2022

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  • Authors: Dusan Teodorovic, Milan Janic
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780323908139
  • eBook ISBN: 9780323910415

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Transportation Engineering: Theory, Practice and Modeling, Second Edition presents comprehensive information related to traffic engineering and control, transportation planning and evaluation of transportation alternatives. The book systematically deals with almost the entire transportation engineering area, offering various techniques related to transportation modeling, transportation planning, and traffic control. It also shows readers how to use models and methods when predicting travel and freight transportation demand, how to analyze existing transportation networks, how to plan for new networks, and how to develop traffic control tactics and strategies. New topics addressed include alternative Intersections, alternative interchanges and individual/private transportation. Readers will also learn how to utilize a range of engineering concepts and methods to make future transportation systems safer, more cost-effective, and "greener". Providing a broad view of transportation engineering, including transport infrastructure, control methods and analysis techniques, this new edition is for postgraduates in transportation and professionals needing to keep up-to-date with the latest theories and models.

Key Features

  • Covers all forms of transportation engineering, including air, rail, road and public transit modes
  • Examines different transportation modes and how to make them sustainable
  • Features a new chapter covering the reliability, resilience, robustness and vulnerability of transportation systems

Readership

Upper-level undergraduate/graduate students, transportation and traffic engineers, urban planners, consultants, and government employees

Table of Contents

  • Cover image
  • Title page
  • Table of Contents
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • About the authors
  • Foreword to the first edition
  • Foreword to the second edition
  • Preface to the first edition
  • Preface to the second edition
  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Abstract
  • References
  • Chapter 2: Transportation Systems
  • Abstract
  • 2.1: Background
  • 2.2: History of Transportation
  • 2.3: Transportation Sector and Transportation Modes
  • 2.4: Characteristics of Transport Modes and Their Systems
  • 2.5: Transportation Systems Topics: Planning, Control, Congestion, Safety, and Environment Protection
  • 2.6: Problems
  • References
  • Websites
  • Chapter 3: Traffic and Transportation Analysis Techniques
  • Abstract
  • 3.1: Object Motion and Time-Space Diagrams
  • 3.2: Transportation Networks Basics
  • 3.3: Optimal Paths in Transportation Networks
  • 3.4: Mathematical Programming Applications in Traffic and Transportation
  • 3.5: Probability Theory and Traffic Phenomena
  • 3.6: Queueing in Transportation Systems
  • 3.7: Simulation
  • 3.8: MultiAttribute Decision Making Methods
  • 3.9: Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA)
  • 3.10: Computational Intelligence Techniques
  • 3.11: Problems
  • References
  • Chapter 4: Traffic Flow Theory
  • Abstract
  • 4.1: Traffic Flow Phenomenon
  • 4.2: Measurements of the Basic Flow Variables
  • 4.3: Vehicle Headways and Flow
  • 4.4: Poisson Distribution of the Number of Arrivals and the Exponential Distribution of Headways
  • 4.5: Normal Distribution and Pearson Type III Distribution of Headway
  • 4.6: Speed-Density Relationship
  • 4.7: Flow-Density Relationship
  • 4.8: Speed-Flow Relationship
  • 4.9: Fundamental Diagram of Traffic Flow
  • 4.10: Shock Waves
  • 4.11: Micro-Simulation Traffic Models
  • 4.12: Car Following Models
  • 4.13: Network Flow Diagram
  • 4.14: Problems
  • References
  • Chapter 5: Capacity and Level of Service
  • Abstract
  • 5.1: Introduction
  • 5.2: Highway Capacity and Level of Service
  • 5.3: “Ultimate” and “Practical” Capacity of Bus Stations
  • 5.4: Rail Inter-Urban Transport Systems
  • 5.5: Inland Waterway Freight/Cargo Transportation System
  • 5.6: Maritime Freight/Cargo Transport System
  • 5.7: Air Transport System
  • 5.8: Problems
  • References
  • Websites
  • Chapter 6: Traffic Control
  • Abstract
  • 6.1: Introduction
  • 6.2: Traffic Control at Signalized Intersections
  • 6.3: Alternative Intersections
  • 6.4: Traffic Control for Arterial Streets
  • 6.5: Area-Wide Traffic Control Systems
  • 6.6: Traffic Control Signal Needs Studies
  • 6.7: Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • 6.8: Freeway Traffic Control
  • 6.9: Transportation Demand Management
  • 6.10: HOV Facilities
  • 6.11: Highway Space Inventory Control System
  • 6.12: Auctions
  • 6.13: Rail Traffic Control
  • 6.14: Air Traffic Control
  • 6.15: Problems
  • References
  • Websites
  • Chapter 7: Public Transportation Systems
  • Abstract
  • 7.1: Introduction
  • 7.2: Number of Transported Passengers Versus Number of Served Vehicles
  • 7.3: Urban Public Transit
  • 7.4: Infrastructure of Urban Transit Systems
  • 7.5: Public Transportation Availability
  • 7.6: Passenger Flows in Public Transportation
  • 7.7: Passenger Flows Along a Transit Line
  • 7.8: Service Frequency and Headways
  • 7.9: Timetable
  • 7.10: Transit Line Capacity
  • 7.11: The Performances of the Urban Transit Network
  • 7.12: Public Transit Network Types
  • 7.13: The Public Transit Network Design
  • 7.14: Service Frequencies Determination in Transit Network
  • 7.15: Vehicle Scheduling in Public Transit
  • 7.16: Crew Scheduling in Public Transit
  • 7.17: Disruption Management in Public Transit
  • 7.18: Public Transit Planning Process
  • 7.19: Shared Mobility
  • 7.20: Interurban Road Transport Systems
  • 7.21: Air Transportation
  • 7.22: Air Transportation Networks
  • 7.23: Flight Frequencies
  • 7.24: Airline Transport Work and Productivity
  • 7.25: Fleet Size
  • 7.26: Level of Service
  • 7.27: Airline Scheduling
  • 7.28: Airline Schedule Planning Process
  • 7.29: Airline Revenue Management
  • 7.30: Problems
  • References
  • Chapter 8: Transportation Demand Analysis
  • Abstract
  • 8.1: Introduction
  • 8.2: Transportation Demand and Transportation Supply
  • 8.3: Transportation Demand Modeling
  • 8.4: Transportation Demand Forecasting Techniques
  • 8.5: Four-Step Planning Procedure
  • 8.6: User Equilibrium and System Optimum
  • 8.7: Heuristic Algorithms for Finding User-Equilibrium Flow Pattern
  • 8.8: System Optimal Route Choice
  • 8.9: Price of Anarchy
  • 8.10: Braess Paradox and Transportation Capacity Expansions
  • 8.11: Dynamic Traffic Assignment
  • 8.12: Transportation Demand Analysis Based on Discrete Choice Models
  • 8.13: Logit Model
  • 8.14: Application of the Computational Intelligence Techniques for the Prediction of Travel Demand
  • 8.15: Activity-Based Travel Demand Models
  • 8.16: Problems
  • References
  • Chapter 9: Freight Transportation and Logistics
  • Abstract
  • 9.1: Logistics Systems Basics
  • 9.2: Road Freight Transport Infrastructure
  • 9.3: Service Networks of the Road Freight Transport Operators
  • 9.4: City Logistics
  • 9.5: Basics of Location Theory
  • 9.6: Vehicle Routing and Scheduling
  • 9.7: Problems
  • References
  • Website
  • Chapter 10: Transport Economics
  • Abstract
  • 10.1: Introduction
  • 10.2: Definition of the Main Terms
  • 10.3: Transportation Projects Evaluation
  • 10.4: Cost-Benefit Analysis
  • 10.5: Infrastructure Cost
  • 10.6: Operating Costs and Revenues
  • References
  • Websites
  • Chapter 11: Transportation, Environment, and Society
  • Abstract
  • 11.1: Introduction
  • 11.2: Categorization and Modeling Impacts
  • 11.3: Road-Based Systems
  • 11.4: Rail-Based Systems
  • 11.5: Water-Based Systems
  • 11.6: Air-Based Systems
  • 11.7: Costs of Impacts—Externalities
  • References
  • Website
  • Chapter 12: Resilience of Transport Systems
  • Abstract
  • 12.1: Introduction
  • 12.2: Reliability, Resilience, Robustness, and Vulnerability of Engineering Systems
  • 12.3: Reliability, Resilience, Robustness, and Vulnerability of Transport Systems
  • 12.4: Indicators of Performances for Estimating Reliability, Resilience, Robustness, and Vulnerability
  • 12.5: Examples of Estimating Reliability, Resilience, Robustness, and Vulnerability
  • 12.6: Contingency Measures and Disruption Management
  • 12.7: Comparing Reliability, Resilience, Robustness, Vulnerability, and Sustainability of Transport Systems
  • 12.8: Problems
  • References
  • Websites
  • Index

Product details

  • No. of pages: 1012
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Butterworth-Heinemann 2022
  • Published: January 28, 2022
  • Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780323908139
  • eBook ISBN: 9780323910415

About the Authors

Dusan Teodorovic

DušanTeodorović is Professor at the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia. He has been elected member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and the European Academy of Sciences and Arts. Dr. Teodorović has been Honorable Senator of the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia since 2011. He was Vice Rector of the University of Belgrade. He has worldwide academic experience with formal appointments at Virginia Tech, U.S.A. Professor Teodorović was visiting professor and visiting scholar at many universities in Europe, U.S.A. and Asia. Since 2006, he has been Professor Emeritus of Virginia Tech, USA. Dr. Teodorović has authored or co-authored numerous research publications in peer-reviewed international journals, book chapters, and conference proceedings. He has published books “Airline Operations Research”, and “Traffic Control and Transportation Planning; A Fuzzy Sets and Neural Networks Approach”. Professor Teodorović is the Editor of the “Routledge Handbook of Transportation”. His primary research interests are in operations research and computational intelligence applications in transportation engineering.

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Milan Janic

Dr. Milan Janić is a transport and traffic engineer and planner. At present, he is a Senior Adviser at University of Maribor, Slovenia. He is also Research Professor at the University of Belgrade. Previously, he used to be a Senior Researcher at the Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, a Leader of the Research Program and Senior Researcher at the Manchester Metropolitan University, Loughborough University, and Institute of Transport of the Slovenian Railways. Dr. Janić has been involved in many research and planning projects on both a national and international scale for almost thirty years. He has also published numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals. In addition to contributing to many edited books, he has published books: “Landside Accessibility of Airports”, “Advanced Transport Systems: Analysis, Modelling, and Evaluation of Performances”, “Greening Airports: Advanced Technology and Operations”, “Airport Analysis, Planning and Design: Demand, Capacity and Congestion”, “The Sustainability of Air Transportation: A Quantitative Analysis and Assessment”, and “Air Transport System Analysis and Modelling: Capacity, Quality of Services and Economics”.

Affiliations and Expertise

Senior Adviser, University of Maribor, Slovenia; Research Professor, University of Belgrade, Serbia

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