/Transport Systems: Global Issues and Future Innovations

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Provided by: University of Leeds

Course Area: All areas

Course Type: Short Course

Start date: 20200928

Subjects: Autonomous Vehicles, Engineering

Accredited by: The CPD Certification Service

Price: Free

Delivery Method: Online

Course overview

What are the challenges faced by today’s transport sector? How can transport professionals develop systems that meet the needs of the 21st century?

 

Get answers to these questions and more with this course exploring the future of transport. You will learn about effective transport planning and modelling, considering how transport solutions can become sustainable, reduce pollution and improve the health and safety of people across the world.

 

You will also consider how technologies such as connected and autonomous vehicles and high-speed rail might address global issues.

Who is this course for

This award winning online course is for undergraduate students and mid-career professionals interested in a career in the transport industry.

 

It will be especially useful for undergraduates studying engineering, urban planning, mathematics, economics, geography and psychology. It will also be useful for mid-career professionals already working in the transport sector or considering a move to the transport sector from other areas such as engineering, scientific research, local and national government policy making, construction and logistics.

 

This course can be started at any time after the advertised date and is available now.

What will I learn

In this course you will:

  • Describe current challenges facing the transport sector and possible solutions.
  • Summarise approaches to solving infrastructure problems.
  • Explore design choices that inform the redevelopment of an existing major road junction.
  • Explain the role that transport professionals have to play in shaping the future of transport.
  • Debate the rising financial, environmental and health costs associated with transportation and who should pay for them.
  • Explain how engineering technology is being used to address the challenges of rising demand for transport.
  • Investigate ways to address road safety problems in low and middle income countries.
  • Model alternatives to solve a complex urban transport problem.
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