Multi-disciplinary Approach to Urban Transportation Planning

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The mechanical interlock between the individual stone pieces weakened the course strength and stiffness.

False

Roman roads were constructed without any considerations for good material or workmanship.

False

French roads used 500 mm pieces of quarried stone for their pavement.

False

The first scientific road construction method was developed by the Romans.

False

Modern roads are still constructed using wooden piles for strengthening the subgrade.

False

French roads used broken stones of 10 mm size for their running layer.

False

The development of new equipment has not contributed to faster road construction.

False

Roman roads had no provision for proper drainage.

False

French roads did not take into account the use of compact formation for their pavement.

False

British roads were known to be an expensive method of construction.

False

Explore the integration of theories and methods from engineering, economics, operations research, political science, psychology, management, and law in the context of transportation systems. Focus on urban transportation planning for both long-range and short-range programs with an emphasis on regional passenger transportation.

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