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The goal of this course is to give knowledge, understanding and synthesis in highway engineering which covers topics on traffic, road andhighway. The sub topics discussed are characteristics of drivers, pedestrians, vehicles and road, fundamentals of traffic flow, including volume, speed and density, traffic engineering studies, geometric design of road, two and multi-lanes highway. Students will be taught briefly on materials related to asphalt, bitumen and concrete, flexible and rigid pavements.


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