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Du transport de marchandises en ville à la logistique urbaine

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  • Jean-Louis Routhier

    () (LET - Laboratoire d'économie des transports - UL2 - Université Lumière - Lyon 2 - ENTPE - École Nationale des Travaux Publics de l'État - CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)

Abstract

L'auteur procède à un premier état des lieux des connaissances ; et décrit les outils et les actions mis en œuvre tant en France qu'en Europe pour gérer ce problème des marchandises en ville. Il fait une large place au programme du PREDIT " Transport de marchandises en ville ", lancé en 1994 et aux résultats des enquêtes menées à l'initiative de la DRAST, de l'ADEME et du CERTU dans quelques " villes pilotes " comme Bordeaux, Marseille, Lyon et Dijon. L'accent est mis par l'auteur sur la " logistique urbaine " c'est-à-dire l'ensemble des actions visant à organiser ou à orienter l'approvisionnement des villes en biens et services (achats des ménages compris). L'optique, ici, n'est donc pas de procéder à une analyse générale prospective ou macroéconomique de l'ensemble du transport de marchandises ; ni même d'analyser l'impact des stratégies de localisation des entreprises ou des centres commerciaux ; mais plutôt, de faire une synthèse des recherches visant à modéliser la logistique urbaine et à construire des outils opérationnels pour les collectivités locales. Une des conclusions de ce " survey " est que la gestion de la " logistique urbaine " n'est pas dissociable de l'ensemble des actions d'aménagement urbain (urbanisme commercial, partage de la voirie, politique de densification...). C'est, appliqué au transport de marchandises, le même constat que celui qui a été fait, et largement répété, dans le domaine de la mobilité des personnes....

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  • Jean-Louis Routhier, 2002. "Du transport de marchandises en ville à la logistique urbaine," Post-Print halshs-00079005, HAL.
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    1. Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu & Mathieu Gardrat & Pascal Pluvinet & Christian Ambrosini, 2012. "Urban goods movement estimation for public decision support: goals, approaches and applications," Working Papers halshs-00778480, HAL.

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