Urban Freight Curriculum Database

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2016 Johannes Kretzschmar Kai Gebhardt Affiliated with Department of Computer Science, Friedrich Schiller University, Christoph Theiß, Volkmar Schau Springer Researchers Book Chapter

Range Prediction Models for E-Vehicles in Urban Freight Logistics Based on Machine Learning

Range Prediction Models for E-Vehicles in Urban Freight Logistics Based on Machine Learning - Springer In this paper, we want to present an ICT architecture with a range prediction component, which sets up on machine learning algorithms based on... Read More
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2016 Johannes Kretzschmar Kai Gebhardt Affiliated with Department of Computer Science, Friedrich Schiller University, Christoph Theiß, Volkmar Schau Springer Researchers Book Chapter

Range Prediction Models for E-Vehicles in Urban Freight Logistics Based on Machine Learning

Range Prediction Models for E-Vehicles in Urban Freight Logistics Based on Machine Learning - Springer In this paper, we want to present an ICT architecture with a range prediction component, which sets up on machine learning algorithms based on... Read More
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2015 Denisson Pereira José Geraldo Vidal Vieira Federal University of São Carlos Researchers Academic Paper

Assessing carriers’ logistical performance indicator by shippers in the Sao Paulo Metropolitan Area

This paper aims to assess the logistics services provided by carriers in the São Paulo Metropolitan Area (SPMA) considering two perspectives: the efficiency of the operations and the adoption of sustainable measures. A survey was applied to the 15 main... Read More
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2015 Raphaëlle Ducret Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu ELSEVIER Post-Secondary, Professional Development Academic Paper

Connecting Demand Estimation and Spatial Category Models for Urban Freight: First Attempt and Research Implications

This paper proposes a combination of models to estimate in a mesoscopic and microscopic way different patterns of urban goods demand according to the area within the city. The two proposed models are a category classification model for demand estimation... Read More
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2016 Sara Verlinde Cathy Macharis ELSEVIER Post-Secondary, Professional Development Academic Paper

Innovation in Urban Freight Transport: The Triple Helix Model

There is an increasing awareness that urban freight transport contributes to urban problems like air pollution, noise pollution and congestion which gives rise to much call for innovative urban freight measures and solutions. Throughout the past few... Read More
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2016 Jesús Muñuzuri José Guadix EJTIR Post-Secondary, Professional Development Academic Paper

Use of discrete choice to obtain urban freight evaluation data

The ex-ante evaluation of urban freight solutions is a complex task, due to the interference of different stakeholder groups with different views and objectives. The multi-actor multi-criteria methods have developed as a response to this scenario, but... Read More
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2015 Edoardo Marcucci Valerio Gatta ELSEVIER Post-Secondary, Professional Development Academic Paper

Urban freight, parking and pricing policies: An evaluation from a transport

This paper investigates transport providers’ preferences for alternative loading bays and pricing policies. It estimates the importance of loading bays, the probability of finding them free and offers strategically relevant information to policy makers.... Read More
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2016 Roger Miles Andrew Gough International Symposium on Underground Freight Transportation Post-Secondary, Professional Development Academic Paper

The Northampton Mole Project – A case study of the application of freight pipelines in an urban environment

Mole Solutions were awarded a grant early in 2015 to undertake a Feasibility Study on the application of their urban freight pipeline solution for a pilot UK town, Northampton, generally considered as the centre of the ‘Golden Triangle’ for UK logistics... Read More
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2015 Cagri Koc Tolga Bektas CIRRELT Post-Secondary, Professional Development Academic Paper

The Impact of Location, Fleet Composition and Routing on Emissions in Urban Freight Distribution

This paper investigates the combined impact of depot location, fleet composition and routing decisions on vehicle emissions in urban freight distribution. We consider a city in which goods need to be delivered from a depot to customers located in nested... Read More
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2016 U.S. Department of transportation Federal Highway Administration Post-Secondary, Professional Development Report

2015 Urban Congestion Trends

The FHWA 2015 Urban Congestion Trends Report provides the current state of congestion and reliability in the largest urban areas in the United States. This report also highlights relevant successful operational strategies and performance management... Read More
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