Mobility Management, Traffic Planning and Security

Operational and public mobility management (guidelines and examples) Emphasis on traffic planning (selected issues) relating to economic problems In the field of traffic safety, essential analytical steps, accident parameters, specifications of various groups of traffic participants and sectors, aspects of traffic law and traffic psychology are highlighted alongside current tendencies in road safety activities, and measures or solutions are deduced.

Mode of delivery

face to face

Type

compulsory

Recommended or required reading and other learning resources/tools

Kummer, S. /Schramm, H.J. (2010): Management von Verkehrsunter-nehmen, tba, Wien. Schneider, C. (Hrsg.)(2004): Controlling für Logistikdienstleister, DVZ: Hamburg Cerwenka, P./ Hauger, G. /Hörl, B./Klamer, M. (2007): Handbuch der Verkehrssystemplanung. Wien. Robatsch, K. /Schramml, E. (2011): Grundlagen der Verkehrssicherheit. Österr. Kunst- und Kulturverlag. Wien

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

Lectures, students carry out exercises independently or in groups, discussions with students

Assessment methods and criteria

continuous assessment

Prerequisites and co-requisites

All modules of the subject

Infos

Degree programme

Logistics & Transport Management (Bachelor)

Cycle

Bachelor

ECTS Credits

2.00

Language of instruction

German

Curriculum

Full-Time

Academic year

2021

Semester

5 WS

Incoming

Yes

Learning outcome

On the successful completion of this course the students will have obtained the knowledge, skills and competences to implement controlling mechanisms in the fields of transport and traffic. The focus is on the practice-oriented application of activity-based costing and the entirety of fleet management, which enables students to analyze and evaluate the operating procedures and the fleet in a transport business, which serves as a basis for the assessment of its economic viability. The students should also be able to analytically understand problematic situations in the field of transport demand and to create adequate approaches to solutions. Moreover, the student will possess advanced knowledge of the structure and functional principles of software applications used by transportation businesses and forwarding agencies. Practical competencies and skills are trained by means of exercise examples.

Course code

0391-11-02-VZ-DE-47b