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CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION TO TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING 1. Which analysis helps in finding the monetary returns from a project?

(a) Accident analysis (b) Financial and economic analysis (c) Intelligent transport system (d) Environmental impact assessment 2. The study of the transportation system that meets the travel need of several people by sharing a vehicle is (a) Mass transportation (b) Intelligent transport system (c) Passenger transport (d) None of the above CHAPTER 2. INTRODUCTION TO HIGHWAY ENGINEERING 1. Approximate length of National highway in India is: (a) 1000 km (b) 5000 km (c) 10000 km (d) 50000 km (e) 100000 km 2. The most accessible road is (a) National highway (b) State highway (c) Major District road (d) Other District road (e) Village road Ans CHAPTER 3. ROLE OF TRANSPORTATION IN SOCIETY 1. Safety criteria of transportation is viewed under (a) Political role of transportation (b) Environmental role of transportation (c) Social role of transportation (d) None of these 2. Which of the following is not a negative impact of transportation? (a) Safety (b) Aesthetics (c) Mobility (d) Pollution CHAPTER 4. FACTORS AFFECTING TRANSPORTATION 1. What is the standard percentile value taken for fixing the variability of human characteristics? (a) 85th percentile (b) 90th percentile (c) 95th percentile (d) 80th percentile 2. The range of fairly clear vision is within (a) 70 to 80 (b) 30 to 50 (c) 100 to 120 (d) 250 to 450 CHAPTER 5. TRAVEL DEMAND MODELING 1. Link travel time function relates travel time and (a) link volume (b) link cost (c) level of service (d) none of the above 2. What is the first stage of four-stage travel demand modeling? (a) Trip distribution (b) Trip generation (c) Modal split (d) Traffic assignment

population etc. Which of the following is not a criterion for zoning? (a) zones should match other administrative divisions. (b) zones should have homogeneous characteristics. especially in land use. DATA COLLECTION 1.CHAPTER 6. The data that is useful for developing trip generation models is (a) Travel survey data (b) Land-use inventory data (c) Network data (d) None of these 2. (d) zones should have regular geometric shape . but should not match major roads. (c) zone boundaries should match cordon and screen lines. particularly census zones.