CIVE 440 - Traffic Engineering and simulation
This is an undergraduate, intermediary-level course designed to familiarize students with the state of the art of road design. The course should prepare students to solve typical problems encountered in traffic engineering projects including: data collection strategies; fixed, adaptive and coordinated traffic light design; and training using the VISSIM microsimulation software. A copy of the last course outline is available for download.
This course is taught in English at McGill University. Visit the official course listing. Please note that I am no longer teaching this course.
CIV6706A - Traffic control devices (Régulation de la circulation)
This is a graduate, advanced-level course covering advanced topics in road design, particularly with respect to traffic control devices. This course examines traffic light coordination particularly, and in depth. The course also covers usage of VISSIM microsimulation software for evaluation of different traffic control treatments. A copy of the last course outline is available for download (in french).
This course is taught in French at Poytechnique Montréal. Visit the official listing. Please note that I am no longer teaching this course.
Below is a list of students that I have supervised in an official capacity.
Master of Engineering
- Stephen Woodall-Kalfaian (with Nicolas Saunier, Polytechnique Montréal, principal supervisor) 2016-2018Thesis: Safety Analysis Related to the Implementation of Roundabouts