Modeling and analysis of alternative distribution and Physical Internet schemes in urban area

Abstract : Urban logistics is becoming more complicated and costlier due to new challenges in recent years. Since the main problem lies on congestion, the clean vehicle is not necessarily the most effective solution. There is thus a need to redesign the logistics networks in the city. This paper proposes a methodology to evaluate different distribution schemes in the city among which we find the most efficient and sustainable one. External impacts are added to the analysis of schemes, including accident, air pollution, climate change, noise, and congestion. An optimization model based on an analytical model is developed to optimize transportation means and distribution schemes. Results based on Bordeaux city show that PI scheme improves the performances of distribution.
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Hao Jiang, Eric Ballot, Shenle Pan. Modeling and analysis of alternative distribution and Physical Internet schemes in urban area. 6TH International Physical Internet Conference, Jul 2019, London, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-02172073⟩

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