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Logistics Chain Modeling for Urban Freight Pairing Truck Trip Ends with Logistics Facilities

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posted on 19.06.2018 by Takanori Sakai, Kazuya Kawamura, Tetsuro Hyodo
In existing freight models, the choice of locations for logistics facilities and the choice of logistics facilities for routing the shipments are often treated without distinction, although these two decisions are separate and affected by different factors. In this paper, models for choosing a logistics facility are developed that match truck trip ends with logistics facilities by using a large urban freight survey data from the Tokyo Metropolitan Area. The models can be used to estimate truck traffic flows associated with transshipments. The urban portion of the logistics chains was categorized into five types of movements, and 30 models were developed to analyze six commodity groups separately. The results indicated that the proposed approach could capture the mechanism of the selection of a logistics facility by movement and commodity type. The tests for the reproducibility of the models warrant the future use of the models for analysis of urban freight demand.

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This study received funding from the National Center for Freight and Infrastructure Research and Education (CFIRE), and the Department of Urban Planning and Policy at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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Sakai, T., Kawamura, K. and Hyodo, T. Logistics Chain Modeling for Urban Freight Pairing Truck Trip Ends with Logistics Facilities. Transportation Research Record. 2017. (2609): 55-66. 10.3141/2609-07.

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National Academy of Sciences

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0361-1981

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01/01/2017

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