OGS07SP - Traffic Infrastructure and Spatial Planning

Course specification
Type of studyBachelor academic studies
Study programme
Course titleTraffic Infrastructure and Spatial Planning
AcronymStatusSemesterNumber of classesESPB
OGS07SPmandatory72П + 2В5.0
Lecturer (for classes)
Lecturer/Associate (for practice)
ConditionОблик условљености
Requirement for taking the exam: Roads, Railwayspassed exams
The goal
Acquiring basic knowledge about general characteristics of traffic development and traffic basis. Basic settings of development of transport networks and settlements, as well as interdependence of traffic and space are studied. Through the indicators of the purpose of the area and the type of transport networks, it is approached to study the methods and procedures of analyzes and forecasts of traffic flows, traffic demand and traffic. Finally, there is a process of traffic planning that creates the basis for a complex study of the problem of planning and designing of roads.
The outcome
Mastering the curriculum content of the course allows students to participate in a complex process, starting from a planning point of view, to specific technical solutions, establishing interdependencies between traffic and space. Upon completion of the program, the student is able to define the basics for planning and designing the traffic through the methods and methods of traffic analysis and forecasting.
Basic concepts of traffic and space. Macro indicators of changes in the field of traffic. Spatial development and traffic base. Alternative spatial development. Interdependence traffic-space. Basics of analysis and forecast. Data models. Indicators of surface design. Content intensity indicators. Traffic network. Models and methods of analysis and forecast of traffic. Basics of regression. Weather series. Other methods of forecasting, models of choice. Traffic demand. Causes of occurrence and basic effects on demand. Mobility. Motorization degree. Record demand. Counting traffic. Polls. Time and spatial concentration of demand. Traffic offer, vehicles. Defining the capacity of the road. Traffic network and offer. General characteristics. Connections of city and suburban networks. The process of traffic planning. Basics of the planning process. Model of traffic demand forecast. Spacious distribution of travel. Gravity model. Network load.
Methods of teaching
lectures, exercises, consultations
  1. Maletin, M., Planiranje saobraćaja i prostora, Građevinski fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu, Beograd, 2004. (Original title)
  2. Bublin, M., Planiranje saobraćaja i saobraćajnica, Građevinski fakultet u Sarajevu, Sarajevo, 2007. (Original title)
Облици провјере знања и оцјењивање
attendance, colloquium 1, colloquium 1, seminar work, final exam
Посебна назнака