Principles of Highway Engineering and Traffic Analysis, 5th Edition pdf.
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The first four editions of Principles of Highway Engineering and Traffic Analysis sought to redefine how entry-level transportation engineering courses are taught. When the first edition was published over two decades ago, there was a need for an entry-level transportation engineering book that focused exclusively on highway transportation and provided the depth of coverage needed to serve as a basis for future transportation courses as well as the material needed to answer questions likely to appear on the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and/or Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) exams in civil engineering. The subsequent use of the various editions of this book, over the years, at some of the largest and most prestigious schools in the U.S. and throughout the world suggests that a vision of a concise, highly focused, and well written entry-level book is shared by many educators.
This fifth edition of Principles of Highway Engineering and Traffic Analysis continues the spirit of the previous four editions by again focusing exclusively on highway transportation and providing the depth of coverage necessary to solve the highway-related problems that are most likely to be encountered in engineering practice. The focus on highway transportation is a natural one given the dominance of highway transportation for people and freight movement in the U.S. and throughout the world. While the focus on highway transportation is easily accomplished, identifying the highway-related problems most likely to be encountered in practice and providing an appropriate depth of coverage of them is a more challenging task. Using the first four editions as a basis, along with the comments of other instructors and students who have used previous editions of the book, topics that are fundamental to highway engineering and traffic analysis have been carefully selected. The material provided in this book ensures that students learn the fundamentals needed to undertake upper-level transportation courses, enter transportation employment with a basic knowledge of highway engineering and traffic analysis, and have the knowledge necessary to answer transportation-related questions on the civil engineering FE and PE exams.
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