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    Freight operations refer to the day-to-day activities and processes involved in the management and execution of transporting goods, ensuring the efficient and timely movement of freight within a supply chain.
Published: 2023
Journal/Book: Harvard Dataverse
Three different data types were obtained from Oregon State Driving and Bicycling Simulator Laboratory for purpose of this report and they are as follow: Speed data consists of subject number, average speed, minimum speed, and all the independent variables. Speed data were collected based on the truck’s speed while driving through a certain scenario (out of 24).
Published: 2022
Journal/Book: 9th International Urban Freight Conference, Long Beach, May 2022
Micro-consolidation implementations and pairing with soft transportation modes offer practical, economic, environmental, and cultural benefits. Early implementations of micro consolidation practices were tested but cities need to understand their implications in terms of efficiency and sustainability. This study includes a research scan and proposes a typology of micro-consolidation practices.
Student Thesis and Dissertations
Published: 2012
The effective and efficient movement of freight is essential to the economic well-being of our country but freight transport also adversely impacts our society by contributing to a large number of crashes, including those resulting in injuries and fatalities.
Published: 2011
Authors: Dr. Anne Goodchild, Wenjuan Zhao, Erica Wygonik
Journal/Book: Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science
This article provides an overview of the applications of operations research (OR) techniques to marine container terminals. The article begins by providing a summary of marine container terminal operations. Following this, a series of decision problems are identified, to which OR techniques have been applied. These include quayside, yard, and landside decision problems. In each section, the problems, technical approaches, and outcomes are described.
Technical Report
Published: 2009
Authors: Dr. Anne GoodchildDr. Ed McCormack, Eric Jessup
Journal/Book: Transportation Northwest (TransNow)
In the face of many risks of disruptions to our transportation system, including natural disasters, inclement weather, terrorist acts, work stoppages, and other potential transportation disruptions, it is imperative for freight transportation system partners to plan a transportation system that can recover quickly from disruption and to prevent long-term negative economic consequences to state and regional economies.