Demand planning for novel modes of transport: the case of the Northampton Mole

Andrew Gough, Roger Miles

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Abstract

Freight pipelines represent a novel approach to urban distribution, with the potential to remove a significant proportion of delivery and servicing traffic from the roads. This study aims to establish the cost-benefit of such a system, including sustainability impacts, though estimation of the likely uses and uptake of a proposed freight pipeline system in a typical English town centre.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 6 Sep 2017
EventChartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Logistics Research Network Annual Conference - Southampton Solent University
Duration: 6 Sep 2017 → …

Conference

ConferenceChartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Logistics Research Network Annual Conference
Period6/09/17 → …

Keywords

  • Freight pipeline
  • urban delivery

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    Gough, A., & Miles, R. (2017). Demand planning for novel modes of transport: the case of the Northampton Mole. Paper presented at Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Logistics Research Network Annual Conference, .