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    EUROPEAN CREDIT TRANSFER SYSTEM

    INFORMATION PACKAGE

    DEPARTMENT OF

    TRAFFIC PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION

    Gazi University Institute of Science and Technology

    Eti Mah. Ali Suavi sok. No:15 Kat:5

    06570 Maltepe-ANKARA,TURKEY

    Tel: + 90 312 2323588

    Fax: + 90 312 2323226

    Web: http://www.fbe.gazi.edu.tr/trafik

DEPARTMENT

Chair person: Prof. Dr. Süleyman PAMPAL

    Tel: + 90 312 2131214

    Fax: + 90 312 2323226

    E-mail: spampal@gazi.edu.tr

ECTS COORDINATION

ECTS Coordinator: Asst.Prof.Dr.Ebru Vesile ÖCALIR

    Tel: + 90 312 231 7400/1044

    Fax: + 90 312 2323226

    E-mail: ebruocalir@gazi.edu.tr

    GENERAL INFORMATION

Department of Traffic Planning and Implementation was first established in GU Institute

    of Accident Research and Prevention, in order to supply the need for specialists in the

    area of transport and traffic planning. The Department was then transferred to Institute of

    Science and Technology, GU, in 1993.

The need to accept transport as an independent scientific branch is a generally accepted

    idea among many academicians and practitioners who are studying in the field of

    transport. Of course, just like many other disciplines, transport engineering and planning take place in the intersection area of many different disciplines. For that reason, a multi-disciplinary approach is needed. In this holistic structure a multi-disciplinary approach is realized in graduate level in our department.

In the department of Traffic Planning and Implementation, a comprehensive educational

    program has been prepared thanks to the cooperation and contribution of many

    disciplines, which are necessary for transport and traffic education. In this program, students from different undergraduate programs are guided to adopt their disciplines to

    transport and it is aimed to supply the need for specialists in the fields of transport and traffic.

    Since it was established, more than eighty students have graduated from Department of

    Traffic Planning and Implementation. Today, more than fourty M.Sc. students from

    different disciplines continue their graduate education on traffic planning and its

    implementation in our department.

Degrees Offered

    Traffic Planning and Implementation Master‟s Degree with Thesis 2 years* (4 semesters) Traffic Planning and Implementation Master‟s Degree without Thesis 3 years **(6 semesters)

* A maximum of 2 additional semesters can be given to the students who supply the necessary conditions

    ** This program is a part of the secondary education program. In this program all of the tuition fees are paid by the student.

    TEACHING STAFF AND THEIR AREAS OF EXPERTISE Ebru Vesile ÖCALIR Transport plan,ng, traffic engineering, traffic TEACHING STAFF AREAS OF EXPERTISE Vice Cahir Person and road safety, traffic education, traffic Prof.Dr.Süleyman PAMPAL Traffic rules and regulations information systems Chair Person Asst.Prof.Dr.Ebru ARIKAN ÖZTÜRK Transportation engineering, traffic Asst.Prof.Dr.engineering, urban transportation systems,

    highway design, traffic and road safety Asst.Prof.Dr. Seda HATĠPOĞLU Transportation politics, urban transportation

    planning, traffic engineering, traffic safety TEACHING STAFF FROM SOME OTHER DEPARTMENTS OF GAZI

    UNIVERSITY AND OTHER UNIVERSITIES

    TEACHING STAFF AREAS OF EXPERTISE Prof.Dr.MuhteĢem KAYNAK Development economics, technology

    Gazi University policies, tranport economics and policy Faculty of Ec.and Ad. Science

    Economy Department

    Prof.Dr. Mehmet EROĞLU System Dynamics, Otomatic Control, Gazi University Vehicle Dynamic, Vibration and NoiseFaculty of Engineering and Architecture Dept.of Mechanical Engineering

    Assoc.Prof. Dr.Hülagu KAPLAN

    Gazi University

    Faculty of Engineering and Architecture

    Dept.of City and Regional Planning

    Asst.Prof.Dr. Ġbrahim ATILGAN Energy conversion systems,Conventional

    Gazi University combustion systems and applications,

    Faculty of Engineering and Architecture Circulating fluidized bed combustion

    Dept.of Mechanical Engineering systems,Investigation of combustion and

    emission behavior of lignite in a circulating

    fluidized bed,Analyses of conduction in

    nuclear fuel rods,Hydraulic machines

    (centrifugal pumps, water turbines), Use and

    calibration of mechanical engineering

    laboratory equipments, Solar energy and

    applications, renewable energy sources and

    applications, hydrogen energy, photo-voltaic

    cells, fuel-cells and nuclear reactors.

Course Title-Course Code: Name of the Programme: TRF 505 TRANSPORT AND TRAFIC TRAFFIC PLANNING AND ENGINEERING I IMPLEMENTATION DEPT.

    Teaching Methods Credits

    Semester Field ECTS Lecture Recite Lab. Other Total Credit Study Credit

    1-2 30 12 145,5 187,5 3 7,5

    Language Turkish

    Compulsory / Elective Elective

    Prerequisites -

    Basics Definitions (Definitions, Concept of sustainable transport, modal split, travel time, Course

    level of service, etc.) Transport Research and Analysis (for dynamic traffic, for static traffic, Contents

    special researches, measurements, specific research for the study area,representation

    techniques for the results), Travel Modes (Pedestrian, Cyclists, Public modes, Private

    car)(Basics, Velocity, Traffic Density, Traffic Volume, Basic Design Principles, Area

    required, Dimensions, Road and Traffic Safety, Interaction of travel modes with each

    other).

    To give students the basic planning approaches and traffic engineering techniques of urban Course

    transport. Objectives

    The achievement of basic information on transport planning and theoretical and practical Learning

    information on engineering solutions for urban transport Outcomes and

    Competences

    1. Minken, H. and others, 2003, Developing Sustainable Urban Land Use and Transport Textbook and

    Strategies A Methodological Guidebook, Institute of Transport Economics, Norway. /or References

    2. Schnabel, W., Lohse, D., 1997, Grundlagen der Strassenverkehrstechnik und der

    Verkehrsplanung Band 1, Verlag für Bauwesen, Berlin.

    3. Knoflacher, H., Zur Harmonie von Stadt und Verkehr, 1996, 2.Auflage, Böhlau, Wien.

    Percent Assessment If any,mark (%) Criteria as (X)

    x 30 Midterm Exams

     Quizzes

     Homeworks

    x 30 Projects

     Term Paper

     Laboratory Work

     Other

    x 40 Final Exam

    Instructors Asst.Prof.Dr. Ebru Vesile ÖCALIR

Week Subject

    1 General information on the content of the lecture

Definitions (Definitions, Concept of sustainable transport) 2

    Basic concepts (velocity, basic design principles, land use, etc) 3

    Basic concepts (modal split, travel time, level of service, etc.) 4

    Travel Modes (Pedestrian) 5

    Travel Modes (Bicycle) 6

    Travel Modes (Mass transport) 7

    MID-TERM EXAM 8

    Travel Modes (Mass transport) 9

    Travel Modes (Private car) 10

    Travel Modes (Interaction of modes) 11

    Relationship between transport and environment; Road and Traffic Safety 12

    Tranport research/Methods of Analysis 13

    FINAL EXAM 14

    Name of the Programme: Course Title-Course Code: TRAFFIC PLANNING AND TRF 509 TRAFFIC RULES AND REGULATIONS IMPLEMENTATION DEPT.

    Teaching Methods Credits

    Semester Field ECTS Lecture Recite Lab. Other Total Credit Study Credit

    1-2 42 145,5 187,5 3 7,5

    Language Turkish

    Compulsory / Elective Elective

    Prerequisites -

    Legal Procedure: Definitions, foundations, commissions, duties and authorization, traffic Course

    signs to obtain road safety,signals, signs, road lines, structures and facilities.Traffic Rules: Contents

    Road use, speed rules, follow-up distance, safe driving rules, vehicle manoeuvres, to

    overtake a vehicle, right-of-way, grade crossings, pedestrian and school crossings,

    standstill, cessation, parking rules, characteristics and dimensions of vehicles, sound, music,

    display and communication devices, disrespectful and improvident driving, school vehicles,

    legal responsibility and insurance, driving in highways. Traffic Accidents and Obligations:

    Rules for the participants of accidents and responsibility in accidents, conditions for

    primary fault, expertise, traffic offences and motoring fines, registration and traffic

    certificates, registry plates, conditions for motorised vehicles, inspection, driving licences

    and other subjects about drivers.

    To give basic information on traffic rules and regulations Course

    Objectives

    The achievement of basic information on traffic regulations, traffic rules, traffic accidents Learning

    and obligations. Outcomes and

    Competences

    1. Karayolları Trafik Kanunu Textbook and

    2. National and International, Traffic and Road Safety Congress Publications /or References

    2001,2002,2003,2004, 2005

    Percent Assessment If any,mark (%) Criteria as (X)

    x 30 Midterm Exams

     Quizzes

    x 30 Homeworks

     Projects

     Term Paper

     Laboratory Work

     Other

    x 40 Final Exam

    Instructors Prof.Dr.Süleyman PAMPAL

Week Subject

General information on the content of the lecture 1

    Introduction to Transport Geography 2

    Transport Geography 3

    Transport and Space 4

    Transport and Space 5

    HOMEWORKS 6

    Historical Development of Transportation 7

    Development of Travel Modes 8

    Road Transport 9

    Maritime Transport 10

    Rail-Air-Pipeline Transpor 11

    Environmental Effects of Transport 12

    PROJECT SUBMISSION 13

    FINAL EXAM 14

    Course Title-Course Code: Name of the Programme: TRF 516 TRAFFIC PLANNING AND APPLICATION TRAFFIC PLANNING AND

    I IMPLEMENTATION DEPT.

    Teaching Methods Credits Semester Field ECTS Lecture Recite Lab. Other Total Credit Study Credit

    1-2 30 12 145,5 187,5 3 7,5 Language Turkish

    Compulsory / Elective Elective

    Prerequisites -

    Description of transportation and traffic, traffic flow characteristics, traffic speed, traffic Course

    volume and traffic density, highway capacity analysis, level of service, traffic control Contents

    devices, traffic operations, intersections, signalization systems and signalized intersections.

    This course objective is teaching traffic engineering design, construction and operation Course

    characteristics and basic principles of traffic engineering.. Objectives

    Learning about traffic engineering design, construction, operation and maintenance Learning

    characteristics and Outcomes and

    solving skills.traffic engineering problems- Competences

    1.Özdirim M., “Trafik Mühendisliği 1”, Karayolları Genel Müdürlüğü Yayını, Ankara, Textbook and

    1994. /or References

    2.Özdirim M., “Trafik Teknolojis 1-4”, Jandarma Okullar Komutanlığı Yayınları, Ankara,

    2003.

    3.May, A.D., “Traffic Flow Fundementals” Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey,

    1990.

    4. Khisty C.J., “Transportation Engineering: An Introduction: 3/e” ISBN: 0130335606,

    2003.

    5.Cantilli, E.J., Falcocchio, J.C., Growley, K.W., McShane, W,R., Roess, R.P., Lee, B.,

    “Engineering: Theory and Practise”, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1973.

    6.Gülgeç, Ġ., “UlaĢım Planlaması”, Özsan Matbaacılık, 1998.

    7.Yalgın, C.C., “Yolların Kapasitesi”, Bayındırlık Bakanlığı Karayolları Genel Müdürlüğü,

    1975.

    8.Yayla, N., “Karayolu Mühendisliği”, Birsen Yayınevi, 2002.

     9.Ulusal ve Uluslararası Trafik ve Yol Güvenliği kongre kitapları, 2001,2002,2003,2004.

    Percent Assessment If any,mark (%) Criteria as (X)

    x 30 Midterm Exams

     Quizzes

    x 20 Homeworks

     Projects

     Term Paper

     Laboratory Work

     Other

    x 50 Final Exam

    Instructors Asst. Prof. Dr. M.KürĢat ÇUBUK-Asst..Prof.Dr. Ebru ARIKAN ÖZTÜRK

    Week Subject

    Description of transportation and traffic 1

    Traffic flow characteristics 2

    Traffic speed, traffic volume and traffic density 3

    Traffic speed, traffic volume and traffic density 4

    Highway capacity analysis 5

    Midterm exam 6

    Homework1 presentation 7

    Level of service 8

    Traffic control devices 9

    Intersections 10

    Intersections 11

    Signalization systems 12

    Signalization systems 13

    Homework2 presentation 14

    Course Title-Course Code: Name of the Programme: TRF 518 TRANSPORT AND TRAFIC ENGINEERING TRAFFIC PLANNING AND

    II IMPLEMENTATION DEPT.

    Teaching Methods Credits Semester ECTS Lecture Recite Lab. Field Study Other Total Credit Credit

    1-2 10 32 15 145,5 187,5 3 7,5 Language Turkish

    Compulsory / Elective Elective

    Prerequisites -

    Junctions: (Intersections, signalize junctions, grade separated junctions), (Capacity, design, Course

    signalization, etc.), Parking lots: (Dimensions, special applicationsbasic design rules, etc.), Contents

    Decision Process: (Participation, Problem identification, Policy instruments, Barriers to

    Implementation, Strategy formulation, Practice and Evaluation, Case Studies), Some

    methods for decision making: (Impact analysis, Benefit-Cost Analysis, Benefit-Impact

    Analysis, Sensitivity Analysis)

    To give students the basic traffic engineering techniques and information on decision-Course

    making process of urban transport. Objectives

    The achievement of basic information on theoretical and practical information on Learning

    engineering solutions for urban transport, necessary information to participate in the Outcomes and

    decision-making process of transport implicaitons. Competences

    1. Minken, H. and others, 2003, Developing Sustainable Urban Land Use and Transport Textbook and

    Strategies A Methodological Guidebook, Institute of Transport Economics, Norway. /or References

    2. Schnabel, W., Lohse, D., 1997, Grundlagen der Strassenverkehrstechnik und der

    Verkehrsplanung Band 1, Verlag für Bauwesen, Berlin.

    3. Knoflacher, H., Zur Harmonie von Stadt und Verkehr, 1996, 2.Auflage, Böhlau, Wien.

    Percent Assessment If any,mark (%) Criteria as (X)

     Midterm Exams

     Quizzes

    x 10 Homeworks

    x 40 Projects

     Term Paper

    x 10 Laboratory Work

     Other

    x 40 Final Exam

    Instructors Asst.Prof.Dr. Ebru Vesile ÖCALIR

Week Subject

    General information on the content of the lecture 1

    Transport Planning/Practical computer studies 2

    Transport Planning/Practical computer studies 3

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