Urban goods movement (UGM) analysis as a tool for urban planning

Abstract : Urban goods transport is one of the subjects decision makers have to take into account in the planning process. As they lack knowledge on this particular subject, they tend to underestimate the importance of urban goods movements on their territory. Through the example of "La Confluence" neighborhood in Lyon ( in progress since 2005 and including a shopping center, administrations, apartments...), this paper proposes to build a method of urban goods diagnosis for new urban district development; the main question being how urban goods modeling and simulation can help urban planners in their decisions. By building several scenarios in terms of urban planning, the target is to imagine an improved situation for urban projects through the needs in goods movements and implementing solutions linked to regulation, land-use and logistics including distribution centers, parking lots.... By applying a systemic view of the subject, this work will also take into account the major constraints of the urban system. This paper will include the comparison between the present situation of the presented case and the scenarios build through the previous steps of this method.
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Mathieu Gardrat, Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu, Jean-Louis Routhier. Urban goods movement (UGM) analysis as a tool for urban planning. WCTR 2013, Jul 2013, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 12 p. ⟨halshs-00844657⟩

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