The searching time to measure the Freight Loading Zone Accessibility using microscopic traffic simulation

Abstract : This paper proposes the use of the searching time to measure the accessibility of Freight Loading Zone (FLZ). Cruising for parking is the time for a delivery truck to visit a sequence of FLZ until the first vacant one is found. To our best knowledge, the capture of the truck searching time has not been studied for the line of research that we address in this paper. The methodology includes a parking choice model and an availability model. The impact of FLZ demand and supply on the searching time are quantified. The use of microscopic traffic models makes it possible to include traffic lights and particular vehicles demand into the simulations. Results show the mean searching time scale, related to the FLZ density and the occupancy rate. Moreover, a cost function is used to access the additional cost of the last mile by considering the searching time.
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Magniol Stéphane, Clélia Lopez, Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu, Nicolas Chiabaut, Ludovic Leclercq. The searching time to measure the Freight Loading Zone Accessibility using microscopic traffic simulation. 7th International Conference on Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain, ILS 2018, INSA Lyon, Jul 2018, Lyon, France. pp.406-414. ⟨emse-01858201⟩

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