Transit Law

Course Catalog Number: 
5139
Course Credits: 
2
Course Type: 
Lecture
Graduation Requirements: 
"W" Writing
Course Priority: 
Limited Enrollment - 3rd Year Priority

This is a course on the law and legal principles used to create, operate and maintain mass transportation infrastructure. The focus is on the legal functions and processes used in planning and operating mass transit and the rules and alternatives for spending government appropriated funds. This course gives an overview of regulatory, procurement and grant practice. Also covered are public/private collaboration as well as private sector participation in government assisted or sponsored projects, including the relationships between and among the Federal Government, State and local governments and the private sector. This course provides an introduction to basic government contracts and regulatory practice in the context of mass transportation.

Course Offerings 2015-2016

Term Class # Professor
Fall Term 2015-2016 28939
Professor: 
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