Urban goods movement estimation for public decision support: goals, approaches and applications

Abstract : This chapter aims to be a guide for researchers and practitioners on choosing the most suitable approach to deal with a target or goal in terms of urban goods public decision support, and to integrate them into transport plans. First, an overview of urban goods stakes and goals of public planning actions is proposed, with a special focus on why urban goods is less studied and integrated in public policy actions than people transport. Then, an overview on diagnosis techniques is presented. These techniques can be survey-based or derived from data generation tools. After that, a general framework for scenario simulation and assessment is introduced. Finally, a synthesis will lead into a guide for practitioners to understand and combine these approaches to deal with their expected objectives and targets.
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Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu, Mathieu Gardrat, Pascal Pluvinet, Christian Ambrosini. Urban goods movement estimation for public decision support: goals, approaches and applications. 2012. ⟨halshs-00778480⟩

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