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How to anticipate the emergence of undesirable, even life-threatening, traffic phenomena, as well as to save time and fuel, while reducing congestion and pollution? How to improve the fragile air transportation systems in which the important hubs (airports) often handle more than their share of 'connectivity', becoming vulnerable to changing weather patterns?

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MCXS (Transport) graduates will become leading Transport Consultants and Project Leaders, dealing with rapid urbanisation and transforming modern transport systems, by increasing their efficiency and resilience via intelligent and adaptive transport services (such as smart mobility), where real-time data, analysis of human behaviour and movement patterns, dynamic load sharing, and optimal route selection are combined within innovative predictive analytics. Other careers choices include Transport & Logistics Engineers, Infrastructure Planners, and Urban and Regional Planners.

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