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16.05.2013. - 15:09
About Traffic Engineering

The studies at the Department for Traffic Engineering of the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad are divided into three degrees.

First cycle studies - Undergraduate Studies last four years (eight semesters) with obligation of obtaining 240 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System), including final paper which is awarded 15 ECTS in EPBS system.
During enrollment, a student is offered a choice of one of the following study programmes:
1.  Traffic Engineering and Transport
2.  Postal Traffic and Telecommunications
After the completion of the fourth year, the title of engineer of academic studies - Bachelor  with honors is obtained.

Second cycle studies - Master Academic Studies, depending on the study programme last for 1 year (at least 60 ECTS credits), 1.5 years (90 ??TS credits) or 2 years (120 ECTS credits), are awarded additional 60 ECTS in EPBS system. Having completed the second degree studies, a student obtains Master  degree in engineering.

Third cycle studies – Doctoral Academic Studies last three years (six semesters) and are the continuation of the Graduate - Master Studies  ( which are worth additional 180 ECTS in EPBS system).
The Traffic Engineering Department consists of three chairs:

• Chair of Traffic Systems,
• Chair of Technology of Transportation Systems
• Chair of Integrated Transport and Logistics.


16.05.2013. - 15:06
Research area

In addition to these basic services, the Department for Traffic Engineering carries out research within the framework of its activities in the field of transport, as well as research and development services and studies, as required by economic and non-economic systems and enterprises through the following activities:

• Planning and transport organization;
• Management processes in transportation;
• Transfer and application of research results into practice;
• Engineering, consulting and marketing in the field of transport;
• Designing in the field of traffic regulation and elaboration of technical documentation;
• Traffic security
• Technology and storage capacity;
• Development of expertise in the field of traffic security;
• Organization of postal services.

The associates of the Department for Traffic Engineering have realized a great number of scientific studies and development projects for the transportation industry and non-economic systems in the field of traffic security and control, traffic lines, technology, transport, development of transport, management and logistics of companies and other fields. The Department for Traffic Engineering permanently performs research in the following areas: safety, regulation and control systems, expertise in the field of traffic accidents, public transport of passengers and goods, and research in the field of logistics of companies, postal services.


16.05.2013. - 15:03
Economy support programme

In recent years, the Department for Traffic Engineering has been involved in the implementation of studies, projects, expertise from various fields of transport, contributing significantly to solving problems in the functioning of some regions, cities and enterprises in both our country and Bosnia. In the previous period, some of them were considered to be of particular importance:

* Parking studies (Novi Sad, Nis, Valjevo, Uzice, Backa Palanka, Sabac),
* Study of public transport (Belgrade, Kragujevac, Banja Luka, Indjija),
* Traffic studies (Novi Sad, Indjija),
* Plans for technical regulation of traffic (Ruma, Indjija, Brcko, Bijenjina, Banja Luka, Sarajevo),
* Projects of technical traffic regulation (Novi Sad, Sarajevo, Banja Luka),
• Projects of traffic regime changes (Novi Sad, Subotica, Apatin),
• Traffic and technical expertise (Novi Sad, Belgrade, Kragujevac, Leskovac, Zrenjanin, Jagodina, Kraljevo, Krusevac, Leskovac, Vranje, Nis, Sombor, Vrsac, Belgrade, Zajecar, Uzice, Sabac, etc.).
The Department for Traffic Engineering has also been engaged by the Ministry of Science and Environment in the implementation of four projects of national and regional importance in the field of road, water and rail transport.