Transport planning can be tricky, especially when there is a limited budget for transport planners and organizations. Transport project developers have different responsibilities and duties that must be performed in order to do their jobs well. This includes taking into account various factors such as the the social and environmental contexts of their work. They also need to be able to manage projects with multiple people working on them. This can be especially difficult if the planner does not have strong communication skills.
Having identified the roles of a planner, different planning processes can be discussed. Most planners use something called the rational model of planning. In this model, data is collected, quantified and then analyzed. These three phases of the transport planning process are equally important, but many feel that those who are responsible for managing this process perform poorly in the initial stage of pre-analysis.
Click Forward to go to Checkpoint: MIRTP (1)