MOBILITIES AND TRANSPORT PLANNING
Credit points: 15
Mobility, and its potential, is of profound contemporary importance; socially, economically and environmentally. Planning and transport are often poorly integrated especially in sub-urban, peri-urban, regional, and rural areas. Access and preferences for various transport modes are embedded in material, social, and political contexts and are increasingly expressed through lifestyle, health and urban form. The interaction between the provision of access, mobility and infrastructure and behaviours affect the form and function of urban areas, their economies and cultures, and people's well-being. This subject critiques current, mobility and transport theory and practice, through seminars and practice sessions. Students take an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the relationships between transport infrastructure and policy, settlement planning, and the enactment of identity, behaviours, lifestyle and ability. The course outcomes include critical appraisal of transport planning and the development of an integrated transport strategy for a community of interest to the student.
SchoolHumanities and Social Sciences
Subject Co-ordinatorJulie Rudner
Available to Study Abroad/Exchange StudentsYes
Subject year levelYear Level 4 - UG/Hons/1st Yr PG
Available as ElectiveNo
Learning ActivitiesIntergrated Transport Stratetgy Exercise - including children, disability, rurality and socio-economic considerations of mobility and society
Prerequisites Enrolment into ABURE or ABURPB or ACCPD or AGCPD or AMCPD or AGSPMD or ACSPMD or AMSPMD Or approval of the Community Planning and Development Program Convenor
Quota Management StrategyN/A
Quota-conditions or rulesN/A
Minimum credit point requirementN/A
Transport for Suburbia: beyond the automobile age
Sociology beyond societies: mobilities for the twenty-first century
Self sourced or Uni sourcedN/A
Entire subject or partial subjectN/A
Total hours/days requiredN/A
Location of WBL activity (region)N/A
WBL addtional requirementsN/A
Graduate capabilities & intended learning outcomes
Intended Learning Outcomes
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Bendigo, 2021, Semester 2, Blended
Maximum enrolment sizeN/A
Subject Instance Co-ordinatorJulie Rudner
Field TripWeek: 30 - 42
One 7.00 hours field trip per study period on any day including weekend during the day from week 30 to week 42 and delivered via face-to-face.
Lecture/WorkshopWeek: 30 - 42
Nine 3.00 hours lecture/workshop per study period on any day including weekend during the day from week 30 to week 42 and delivered via blended.
Critical Policy Review (2,500 words) This assessment helps students understand current transport policy and its implications.
|Other||Individual||No||40||SILO1, SILO2, SILO3|
One 1,000-word reflective journal This assessment helps students think broadly about the issues and what it means to support mobility.
|Other||Individual||No||20||SILO1, SILO2, SILO3|
Strategy Project (1,000 words) This assessment requires students to demonstrate their transport knowledge planning and skills.
|Other||Individual||No||40||SILO1, SILO2, SILO3, SILO4, SILO5|