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Preparing for the AICP Certified Transportation Planner Exam, Part 2: Modal and Intermodal Planning

This course takes a closer look at the second largest category on the AICP CTP exam: "Modal and Intermodal Planning." 

  • 55 Mins
  • Published

The AICP Certified Transportation Planner is an Advanced Specialty Certification that demonstrates expertise in transportation planning. To achieve certification, planners must pass a certification exam. This course takes a closer look at the second largest category on the exam: "Modal and Intermodal Planning." The first sub-topic, "Pedestrian and Bicyle Planning," reviews walkability factors, facility types, quality of service, facility design, user characteristics, safety and liability, and more. The second sub-topic, "Streets and Highway Planning," reviews thoroughfare planning, functional classification, transportation system management, special routes, traffic safety, access management, design standards, and special lane designations. 

While designed to prepare viewers for the AICP CTP exam, this course is also valuable for anyone interested in transportation planning.