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R Molina, Luisa. R Transportation Research Board. R Coughlin, Joseph F. Handouts We will regularly distribute articles and newspaper clippings in class. By doing this, we hope to keep you abreast of current and developing issues in transportation as well as encourage you to get in the habit of reading newspapers and magazines from a transportation perspective. Sometimes we will include an article not explicitly on transportation to stretch your thinking.
Occasionally we will ask that you read an article in preparation for discussion in the next class and, in these cases, the material should be considered required. However, most of the time these articles are provided strictly for your information and required reading should take higher priority. In addition, from time to time an article will be distributed "just for fun". We hope that it will be clear to you which ones these are.
Readings by Session This is a graduate subject and as students interested in transportation, you are expected to do the readings in the manner described above.
However, the final will reflect only the material discussed in lecture, recitation sessions, assignments, and required readings. Course readings.
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