11/7/2012
TRIP ASSIGNMENT
Transportation Engineering (CIVTREN)
Notes of AM Filone, DLSU-Manila
Trip Assignment is the procedure by which the
planner/engineer predicts the paths the trips will take.
For example, if a trip goes from a suburb to downtown,
th

Problem Set No. 2 (TRETRAF)
time)
Due: tomorrow, July 21, 2014 (Class
1. 1. An approach to a pretimed signal has 30 seconds of effective red, and D/D/1 queuing
holds. The total delay at the approach is 83.33 veh-s/cycle and the saturation flow rate is
100

Transportation Applications of
Queuing Theory
For airports model the operation of runways, airspace on runway approaches,
baggage handling systems, ticketing and check-in operations, security checkpoints,
and departure lounges.
For highways queuing theory

11/4/2013
Special Transport Algorithms for
Road Network Analysis
Shortest path analysis
Minimum spanning tree
Minimal Spanning Tree Problem
Example: The Municipal planner would like to make sure that all barangays of his
town are connected with good roads

6/24/2014
Trip Distribution
Advanced Transportation Planning and
Engineering (TRETRAN) notes of AM
Fillone, DLSU-Manila
The Gravity Model
The most widely used trip distribution
model
The model states that the number of trips
between two zones is directl

Deep Foundation
Types of pile
o
Piles are constructed by prefabricating
slender members and driving them into
the ground
o
Drilled shaft are constructed by drilling
a slender cylindrical hole into the ground,
inserting reinforcing steel, filling it with
c

9/29/2013
Urban Transport Modeling
Introduction
Whats in the Black
Box?
Beimborn, Edward A. 1995. A Transportation Modeling Primer.
Center for UrbanTransportation Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee:
http:/www.uwm.edu/Dept/CUTS/primer.htm (last acc

Deep Foundations:
Structural Integrity
Structural Requirements
o
must have sufficient structural integrity to safely
transfer the applied loads from the structure to the
ground
o
must have sufficient strength to safely sustain the
applied stresses
o
must

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING - II
Engr. Nauman Ijaz
SETTLEMENT ANALYSIS
Chapter # 03
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ASIA
SETTLEMENT
When a soil deposit is loaded, deformation will
occur due to change in stress. The total vertical
downward deformation at the surface resu

Chua, Sean Kevin D.
11005416
Section EK
GREATWK
Based on the group observations from chapters 1 to 11, I believe that colonialism
has its own benefits and drawbacks, just like when the group made rules on how
Indians should act towards the British people,

Through the spiritual influences that the Spaniards bestowed, the country
became hierarchized whom the Friars had much control upon. Several spiritual beings
were discussed including the anitos, diwata and such , including shamans who were
spiritually clo

10/23/2013
Modal Split Analysis
CIVTREN Notes of AM Fillone, DLSU-Manila
Modal Split Analysis
This phase of travel-demand forecasting, we
analyze peoples decision regarding mode of travel;
auto, bus, jeepneys, train, and so on
Mode usage analysis can be

10/10/2012
Modal Split Analysis
Modal Split Analysis
This phase of travel-demand forecasting, we
analyze peoples decision regarding mode of travel;
auto, bus, jeepneys, train, and so on, are analyzed
Mode usage analysis can be done at various
points in

7/7/2014
QUEUING THEORY
An Introduction
The theory of queuing concerns the use of
mathematical algorithms to describe the
processes that result in the formation of queues,
so that a detailed analysis of the effects of queues
can be undertaken.
The analy

7/24/2012
Intersection Control
General Concepts of Traffic Control
The purposed of traffic control is to assign the right of way to
drivers and thus to facilitate highway safety by ensuring the orderly
and predictable movement of all traffic on highways.

Lecture 1
Traffic Signal Coordination
Lecture 1
Why?
When the traffic signals are placed close enough, it is often seen that
the cars waiting in a queue in the upstream signal looses green time at
a downstream signal, only to arrive there as the signal tu

THE HIERARCHICAL/NESTED LOGIT IN PRACTICE
As a modeling tool the HL may be usefully presented in the following fashion (Ortuzar,
1980b; Sobel, 1980):
1. Its structure is characterized by grouping all subsets of correlated (or more similar)
options in hier

CIVTREN
Assignment No. 1
1. A small city is divided into six residential zones and the zonal data derived from a
survey are as follows:
Zone
1
2
3
4
5
6
Traffic Generation
500
630
440
760
790
1250
Number of Homes
3250
4040
2835
4200
5700
7250
Estimate the

CIVTREN Assignment No. 2 (50 pts)
Five years ago, fifty households in CITY X were randomly sampled for household income,
household size, autos per household, and daily trips produced.
Household
Trips
HH Income
Household Autos
(Peso)
Size
1
2
40000
1
0
2
4

Format of Zone Coordinate
File
File identification
No. of
zones
Format type 1
Zone no. and corresponding
(X, Y) coordinate
No. of corners
(9) for the first
Zone (zone 1)
No. of corners
(10) for the 2nd
Zone (zone 2)
(X, Y) coordinate of the
9 corners for

10/29/2013
Modal Split Analysis
By Market Segment
Notes in Advanced Transportation Planning
and Engineering, AM Fillone, DLSU-Manila
Let us consider the Final OD Trip matrix in Table 13.9 as
output from trip distribution
The next step is to determine th

CIVTREN (100 pts)
2nd term AY2013-14
Problem Set No. 1
1. A small city is divided into six residential zones and the zonal data derived from a survey
are as follows:
Zone
1
2
3
4
5
6
Traffic Generation
500
630
440
760
790
1250
Number of Homes
3250
4040
28