Course Title: Integrated Transport Planning

Part A: Course Overview

Course Title: Integrated Transport Planning

Credit Points: 12

Course Code




Learning Mode

Teaching Period(s)


City Campus


365H Global, Urban and Social Studies


Sem 2 2013


City Campus


365H Global, Urban and Social Studies

Face-to-Face or Internet

Sem 2 2007,
Sem 2 2011,
Sem 2 2014,
Sem 2 2016


City Campus


365H Global, Urban and Social Studies


Sem 2 2007,
Sem 1 2009,
Sem 1 2010,
Sem 1 2012,
Sem 2 2013,
Sem 2 2014,
Sem 2 2015,
Sem 1 2017

Course Coordinator: Dr Susie Moloney

Course Coordinator Phone: +(61 3) 9925 2885

Course Coordinator Email:

Course Coordinator Availability: By appointment

Pre-requisite Courses and Assumed Knowledge and Capabilities


Course Description

In this course you will study of the theory and practice of transport and land use planning in urban areas. Transport planning is a field characterised by strongly held views that are rarely subjected to serious scrutiny and by a tendency for ‘spin’ to take the place of serious policies and plans. The intention of this course is to canvass a range of views and approaches. You will be required to read widely and think critically to inform analysis of a variety of transport planning issues.

Objectives/Learning Outcomes/Capability Development

Course Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the course you will be able to:

• Critically analyse current ideas about transport and land use planning

• Identify procedures that have been developed for planning transport and land use

• Compare and contrast the major international trends and debates in the area

• Recognise the key issues associated with transport and land use planning

• Contextualise the history and practice of transport and land use planning in Melbourne and in an international context

Program Learning Outcomes

In this course you will develop the following program learning outcome:

• Demonstrate creativity, critical thinking and innovation when identifying and solving urban and regional problems in diverse contexts and assessing implications of decisions and actions.

Overview of Learning Activities

You will be actively engaged in learning that involves a range of face-to-face and online activities such as lectures, tutorials, group and class discussion, group activities and individual research.

Overview of Learning Resources

RMIT will provide you with resources and tools for learning in this course through our online systems.

A list of recommended learning resources will be provided by your lecturer, including books, journal articles and web resources. You will also be expected to seek further resources relevant to the focus of your own learning.

The University Library has extensive resources for planning students. The Library has produced a subject guide that includes quality online and print resources for your studies [].

The Library provides guides on academic referencing: and subject specialist help via your Liaison Librarian.

Overview of Assessment

You will be assessed on how well you meet the course’s learning outcomes and on your development against the program learning outcomes. Assessment tasks may include, but are not limited to, tutorial papers, face-to-face or online presentations, group exercises, reports and essays.

Feedback will be given on all assessment tasks.

If you have a long term medical condition and/or disability it may be possible to negotiate to vary aspects of the learning or assessment methods. You can contact the program coordinator or the Disability Liaison Unit if you would like to find out more.

Your course assessment conforms to RMIT assessment principles, regulations, policies, procedures and instructions which are available for review online: