I took the ASCE 14-Part P.E. Civil Exam Review — The Essentials with Transportation Depth I and II for $1,595 + ASCE Membership fee to get the Member "Discount". I found the breadth topics reviewed by JP Mohsen helpful. I found the Geotechnical weak, and the Transportation Depth was terrible. I thought this would be my strength, instead I did poorly on the PM portion of the exam.
I failed (my first attempt at PE was this sitting, Oct 2016). I intend to take EET Transportation Depth this upcoming April 2017 Exam. I've read good things and by using all my material from the breadth section obtain through the ASCE review, I am hopeful to pass the 2nd time.
I am kind of an odd duck in the non-linear path I've taken towards my trek towards licensure. I graduated with MSCE in 2000, worked for PE's doing professional level work for 12 of the past 15 years, and only recently passed the FE (used Testmasters to review). I then immediately took PE Oct 2016 and got a score of 45/80 for the Transportation depth exam. As I stated earlier, very confident going in, honestly pretty upset after I walked out of exam...false sense of confidence despite 100's of study hours and the ASCE review course. Exam much harder than I anticipated.
Anyways, good luck to all that didn't pass, congrats to those that did, and fingers crossed I pass after April 2016. Not sure what's worse, having to sit through the exam day again, or telling people that I failed?? :-)