The KU Libraries have hundreds of books on various aspects of transportation. Here are just a few of the key texts:
Transportation is very much an interdisciplinary field of study. Research breakthroughs come in all sorts of areas, from energy-efficient fuels, to walkability-focused neighborhoods, to large-scale computer modeling of air, land and sea transportation routes. At KU, transportation classes are primarily taught in the Civil Engineering program in the School of Engineering and in the Urban Planning program in the School of Architecture, Design and Planning but classes in other programs such as offered by the School of Business or the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences may involve transportation issues.
A Transportation Lab and a Transportation Materials Lab are available within the School of Engineering.
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