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A modelling system to link end-consumers and distribution logistics

  • Russo, Francesco
  • Comi, Antonio
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    In the last years the interest in urban freight mobility has increased. However, the management and control of urban freight transport requires models which simulate the transport system. In literature some models have been analysed and implemented with tools which allow the verification of the measures adopted in several cities around the world. In paper a review of measures implemented in some cities to reduce the negative effects of urban freight transport, an updated review of models developed to analyse urban freight mobility and the tools used to verify and check the proposed measures are presented. Finally the modelling system to link end consumer and distribution logistics is described.

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    Article provided by ISTIEE, Institute for the Study of Transport within the European Economic Integration in its journal European Transport / Trasporti Europei.

    Volume (Year): (2004)
    Issue (Month): 28 ()
    Pages: 6-19

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    1. Richard Harris & Aying Liu, 1998. "Input-Output Modelling of the Urban and Regional Economy: The Importance of External Trade," Regional Studies, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 32(9), pages 851-862.
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