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1.221J/11.527J/ESD.201J Transportation Systems Fall 2004 LECTURE 1 DISPLAYS SPEAKER: Joseph M. Sussman MIT
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DRIVING FACTORS IN TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGIES RESOURCES/ EXTERNALITIES ISSUES Economic Development Quality of Life Social Equity Sustainability Environmental Issues INSTITUTIONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL REALITIES Sussman, Joseph M., “The New Transportation Faculty: The Evolution to Engineering Systems”, Transportation Quarterly , Eno Transportation Foundation, Washington, DC, Summer 1999.
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TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM DIMENSIONS ORGANIZATIONAL SCALE Integrated Supply Chain Intermodal Modal GEOGRAPHIC SCALE Urban Regional National Global Real-Time Tactical Planning APPROACHES Strategic Quantitative Models (OR, Planning Simulation…) Qualitative Frameworks TIME SCALE for Analysis Transportation Domain Knowledge Sussman, Joseph M., “The New Transportation Faculty: The Evolution to Engineering Systems”, Transportation Quarterly , Eno Transportation Foundation, Washington, DC, Summer 1999.
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TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS CHARACTERIZATION Public Ownership/ Operation Traveler/Pax Freight Private Ownership/ Operation Joint Ownership/ Operation Urban Regional Intercity International Figure 1.2 Sussman, Joseph M., Introduction to Transportation Systems, Artech House Publishers, Boston and London, 2000.
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TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM PHASES Conceptualization Planning Construction Operations/Maintenance Decommissioning
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MODES OF ANALYSIS QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS -- MODELS QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS -- FRAMEWORKS HYBRID ANALYSIS -- USING BOTH OF THE ABOVE IN TANDEM -- E.G., INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT
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IRON TRIANGLE L AND U SE T RANSPORTATION E NVIRONMENT Economic Quality Growth of Life
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