Transportation Engineering (Theory, Practice, and Modeling)
Dusˇan Teodorovic´, Milan Janic´
Joint writing a book is not a simple task. It is similar to playing the piano with four hands. We
met, for the first time, in 1974, at the University of Belgrade, Serbia, when the first author was a
teaching assistant, and another undergraduate student. We had a different professional careers in
the countries in which we lived. During occasional meetings, we have been strengthened in our
belief that we have similar views on important transportation engineering issues. During our professional careers, we were professors, and visiting scholars at the universities in Europe, the
United States, and Asia. For many years, we have been studying fascinating traffic phenomena. We thought, at one point, that it was time to write our book about transportation engineering fundamentals. We strongly believe that each new book in a certain area opens up new views to the reader. We have tried in this book to touch on urban and road transportation, air transportation, railways, inland water transportation, and logistics. This book begins with the story about the earliest discovered paths, made by animals, and adapted by humans, found near Jericho, and arrives at the issues related to the autonomous car (self-driving car, driverless car, robotic car) that are now around us. The following is a brief description of the book chapters.
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