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Editors: Eiichi Taniguchi (Dept. of Urban Management, Kyota Univ., Japan) and Russell G. Thompson (Univ. of Melbourne, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Australia)
Book Description:
This book highlights recent developments and advances in city logistics. City logistics is a relatively new area of urban study and urban management. The goal of city logistics is to establish efficient, safe and environmentally friendly urban freight transport systems using advanced information communication technology. This book covers modelling, planning and evaluating city logistics measures including co-operative freight transport systems, consolidated city distribution centres, advanced vehicle routing and scheduling using intelligent transport systems, load factor controls, road pricing, intelligent parking controls, pickup points for e-commerce. Modelling and analysing the Planning and efficient management of city logistics schemes is essential because there are mutltiple stakeholders who are involved in urban freight transport issues. Therefore, public-private partnerships and other management methodology will be discussed. As well, the book contains several case studies of urban freight transport policies which have been already implanted in some cities in Europe, United States and the Asia Pacific region.


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CONTENTS

Preface pp. i-viii

Modelling the behaviour of stakeholders in city logistics; pp. 1-16 (E. Taniguchi, Kyoto University, Japan, R. G. Thompson, The Univ. of Melbourne, Australia and T. Yamada, Kyoto Univ., Japan)

City access restrictions and the implications for goods deliveries; pp.17-36
(M. Browne, University of Westminster, UK, J. Allen, University of Westminster, UK; T. Nemoto, Hitotsubashi University, Japan; J. Visser, Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Netherlands and D. Wild, PTV, Germany)

City logistics over the years… Lessons learned, research directions and interests; pp. 37-54
(H. Quak, RSM Erasmus University, The Netherlands; R. V. Duin, Delft University of Technology, and J. Visser, The Netherlands)

An investigation into the attitudinal factors determining participation in cooperative multi-carrier delivery initiatives; pp. 55-68
(J. Holguin-Veras, M. Silas, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA; and J. M. Polimeni, Albany College of Pharmacy, USA)

Economy of scale and the role of publicly available congestion information for the local deliver; pp. 69-81
(K. Kawamura, University of Illinois, USA and Y. Lu, University of Illinois, USA)

The potential use of urban consolidation centres in the hotel industry in London; pp. 83-96
M. Browne, M. Piotrowska, University of Westminster, UK; J. Allen, and A. Woodburn, University of Westminster, UK)

Revival of cost benefit analysis for evaluating the city distribution center concept?; pp. 97-114
(J.H.R. van Duin, Delft Univ. of Technology, The Netherlands, H.J. Quak, RSM Erasmus Univ., The Netherlands, J. Munuzuri, Univ. of Seville, Spain)

Sustainable goods supply and transport in conurbations: Freight patterns and developments in Switzerland; pp. 115-138
(M. Ruesch, Rapp Trans Ltd, Switzerland; P. Hegi, Rapp Trans Ltd, Switzerland; U. Haefeli, D. Matti, Interface, Switzerland; , B. Schultz and P. Rütsche, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland)

Challenging the traditional scope of solving vehicle routing and scheduling; pp. 139-152
(J. W. Joubert; S. J. Claasen; V. Sarma and S. Yadavalli, University of Pretoria, South Africa)

A hybrid genetic algorithm for VRPSTW using column generation; pp. 153-170
(G. Qureshi, Japan; E. Taniguchi and T. Yamada, Kyoto University, Japan)

Provision of real-time traffic information for VRPTW model; pp. 171-184
(Y. Tseng, H. Lin and M. A. P. Taylor, University of South Australia)

A macroscopic traffic simulator for evaluating urban transport measures for heavy vehicles; pp. 185-196
(Y. Nakamura; E. Taniguchi; T. Yamada and N. Ando, Kyoto University, Japan)

Urban freight policy-oriented modelling in Europe; pp. 197-212
(C. Ambrosini, Lyon II Univ., France, B. Meimbresse, Wildau - Univ. of Applied Sciences, Germany, J.L. Routhier, Lyon II Univ., France, H. Sonntag, Wildau - Univ. of Applied Sciences, Germany)

Melbourne freight movement model; pp. 213-230
(D. Bowyer, IMIS, Australia; R. Thompson, The Univ. of Melbourne, Australia and F. Spiridonos, Department of Infrastructure, Victorian Government, Australia)

Modeling logistics location choice and truck route choice behavior by Tokyo metropolitan region freight survey; pp. 231-248
(T. Hyodo; H. Kuse, Tokyo Univ. of Marine Science and Technology, Japan, Y. Hagino, Institute of Behavioral Sciences, Japan; H. Takebayashi, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Japan and K. Endo, LITEC CO., LTD, Japan)

A hybrid microsimulation model of freight flows; pp. 249-260
(R. Donnelly, The Univ. of Melbourne, Australia)

An investigation into the delivery of goods to the city centre of Liege; pp. 261-276
(W. Debauche, Belgian Road Research Centre, Belgium)

Typology of efforts by Japanese companies to address logistics-related environmental issues; pp. 277-290
(Y. Yano and K. Hayashi, Ryutsu Keizai University, Japan)

Policy making in Germany – Integrated commercial traffic concept of Berlin; pp. 291-302
(H. Flämig, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany)

An evaluation of recent pick-up point experiments in European cities: The rise of two competing models?; pp.303-320
(V. Augereau and L. Dablanc, INRETS, France)

Reserved areas for logistics activities in the metropolitan zone of Mexico city; pp.321-334
(Lozano, J. P. Antún, F. Granados and C. Santos, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)

Customized policies for sustainable urban distribution; pp.335-350 (H. Quak, N. Agatz and J. van Nunen, RSM Erasmus University, The Netherlands)

Metropolitan freight distribution by railways; pp.351-368
(Nuzzolo, U. Crisalli and A. Comi, University of Rome, Italy)

A practical approach to solving the “just in time” periodic transportation problem; pp.369-386
(R. Raicu, Univ. of South Australia, Australia, Serban Raicu, Mihaela Popa, and Dorinela Costescu, Polytechnic Univ. of Bucharest, Romania)

Quantifying the effects of community level regulation on city logistics; pp. 387-400
(T. van Rooijen, TNO, The Netherlands; B. Groothedde, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands and J. C. Gerdessen, Wageningen University, The Netherlands)

Urban freight transport and logistics: Retailer’s choices; pp. 401-414
(F. Russo, A. Polimeni, Univ. of Reggio Calabria, Italy, Antonio Comi, Univ. of Rome, Italy)

Studying distribution in Tokyo metropolitan region using a local freight survey; pp. 415-432
(M. Shimizu, JMA Research Institute, Inc, Japan, T. Hyodo, Tokyo Univ. of Marine Science and Technology, Japan, Hideki Takebayashi, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Japan, H. Kuse, Tokyo Univ. of Marine Science and Technology, Japan, Y. Hagino, Institute of Behavioral Sciences, Japan)

An analysis on bottlenecks for domestic vehicular transportation of international maritime container cargos in Japanese hinterland; pp.433-450
(T. Watanabe, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Japan, R. Shibasaki, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Japan, H. Nakajima, Shintaro Sugiyama, Central Consultant Inc., Japan, et al.)

Citylog©, a software tool for city logistics operation: Testing and validation activities; pp. 451-466
(C. Colombaroni and G. Fusco, Università di Roma, Italy; V. Conti and M. P. Valentini, ENEA, Italy)

Supply-chain logistics for retailing, from the standpoint of resource productivity: Researching a comprehensive evaluation method; pp.467-480
(H. Akiyama, Mizuho Information & Research Institute, Japan, Y. Yano, Ryutsa Keizai Univ., Japan)

Light freight transport in urban areas; pp.481-498
(D. A. Tsolakis and C. M Naudé, ARRB Group Ltd, Australia)

Elements for a master plan in urban logistics; pp.499-516
(R. Macário, L. N. Filipe, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal, P. M. Martins, Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa, Portugal, Vasco Reis, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal)

New trends on distribution in the metropolitan zone of Mexico city; pp.517-530
(J. P. Antún, A. Lozano, R. Hernández and R. Alarcón, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)

A centre for eco-friendly city freight distribution: Urban logistics innovation in a mid-size historical city in Italy; pp.531-544
(M. Di Bugno, Comune di Lucca, Italy, S. Guerra, Lucense scpa, Italy, G. Ambrosino, GA Consultancy, Italy; M. Boero, Softeco Sismat SpA, Italy and A. Liberato, Memex srl, Italy)

The conditions of modal shift in dense urban areas; pp.545-558
(D. Patier, Lyon II Univ., France)

A case study of urban freight in Mexico; pp.559-570
(E. B. Quezada, J. A. R. Navarrete, Querétaro Autonomous University, México and L. O. Toche, Estado de México Autonomous Univ.)

A probabilistic bi-level optimization approach to highway infrastructure maintenance in urban areas; pp.571-584
(Manoj K. Jha, Jawad Abdullah Morgan State Univ.)

Index pp. 585-605

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   Pub. Date: 2008
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   ISBN: 978-1-53612-707-2
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