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OTREC-RR-09-07 By Miguel Figliozzi
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This paper studies approximations to the average length of Vehicle Routing Problems (VRP). The approximations are valuable for strategic and planning analysis of transportation and logistics... More > problems. The research focus is on VRP with varying number of customers, demands, and locations. This modeling environment can be used in transport and logistics models that deal with a distribution center serving an area with daily variations in the demand. The routes are calculated daily based on what freight is available. New approximations and experimental settings are introduced. Average distance travelled is estimated as a function of the number of customers served and the number of routes needed. Approximations are tested in instances with different customer spatial distributions, demand levels, number of customers, and time windows, Regression results indicate that the proposed approximations can reasonably predict the average length of VRP problems in randomly generated problems and real urban networks.< Less
OTREC-RR-11-05 By Miguel Figliozzi
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Reliable urban freight movement is crucial to companies using just-in-time approaches. Routes with long computation times are inefficient , as are those ignoring travel time, while using congested... More > arteries and streets increases costs and exacerbates issues like greenhouse gases, air pollution, noise, and accidents. Mobile phones and routing devices improve driver/scheduler communication, allowing dynamic vehicle reassignment, stop order modification or diversion en-route, but only with fast routing methods. Travel time variation during peak hours is a major problem for models using constant vehicle speeds. Time-dependent routing research is meager and current methods are inadequate for real operations. Faster methods are essential to utilize real time information. This research aims to develop and evaluate new methods for routing in urban areas, emphasizing improved running times for existing methods.< Less
OTREC-RR-10-09 By Miguel Figliozzi
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Increasing freight volumes are adding pressure to the Oregon transportation system. Data accessibility and integration is essential to ensure successful freight planning and consistency across... More > regional partner agencies and planning organizations. The main objectives of this project are: a) to maintain a long-term freight database that would be available for Oregon Universities, state transportation agencies, regional planning agencies, and economic development organizations, b) to integrate freight data into the existing and successfully operating PORTAL system, and c) to monitor freight performance measures.< Less
OTREC-RR-11-05 By Miguel Figliozzi
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Reliable urban freight movement is crucial to companies using just-in-time approaches. Routes with long computation times are inefficient , as are those ignoring travel time, while using congested... More > arteries and streets increases costs and exacerbates issues like greenhouse gases, air pollution, noise, and accidents. Mobile phones and routing devices improve driver/scheduler communication, allowing dynamic vehicle reassignment, stop order modification or diversion en-route, but only with fast routing methods. Travel time variation during peak hours is a major problem for models using constant vehicle speeds. Time-dependent routing research is meager and current methods are inadequate for real operations. Faster methods are essential to utilize real time information. This research aims to develop and evaluate new methods for routing in urban areas, emphasizing improved running times for existing methods.< Less
OTREC-RR-11-05 By Miguel Figliozzi
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Reliable urban freight movement is crucial to companies using just-in-time approaches. Routes with long computation times are inefficient , as are those ignoring travel time, while using congested... More > arteries and streets increases costs and exacerbates issues like greenhouse gases, air pollution, noise, and accidents. Mobile phones and routing devices improve driver/scheduler communication, allowing dynamic vehicle reassignment, stop order modification or diversion en-route, but only with fast routing methods. Travel time variation during peak hours is a major problem for models using constant vehicle speeds. Time-dependent routing research is meager and current methods are inadequate for real operations. Faster methods are essential to utilize real time information. This research aims to develop and evaluate new methods for routing in urban areas, emphasizing improved running times for existing methods.< Less
OTREC-RR-12-10 By Miguel Figliozzi
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Increased urban congestion during peak periods increases logistics costs. In addition, environmental, social, and political pressures to limit the impacts associated with CO2 emissions are mounting... More > rapidly. A key challenge for transportation agencies and businesses is to improve the efficiency of urban freight and commercial vehicle movements while ensuring environmental quality, livable communities, and economic growth. Efforts to analyze and quantify the impacts of congestion and freight public policies on carriers operations and CO2 emissions are hindered by the complexities of vehicle routing problems with time-dependent travel times and the lack of congestion data. This research focuses on the analysis of costs and CO2 emissions for different levels of congestion and time-definitive demands. We use travel time data from an archive of sensors, time-dependent routing algorithms, and problems-instances with different binding constraints to analyze the impacts of congestion on commercial vehicle emissions.< Less
OTREC-RR-12-10 By Miguel Figliozzi
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Increased urban congestion during peak periods increases logistics costs. In addition, environmental, social, and political pressures to limit the impacts associated with CO2 emissions are mounting... More > rapidly. A key challenge for transportation agencies and businesses is to improve the efficiency of urban freight and commercial vehicle movements while ensuring environmental quality, livable communities, and economic growth. Efforts to analyze and quantify the impacts of congestion and freight public policies on carriers operations and CO2 emissions are hindered by the complexities of vehicle routing problems with time-dependent travel times and the lack of congestion data. This research focuses on the analysis of costs and CO2 emissions for different levels of congestion and time-definitive demands. We use travel time data from an archive of sensors, time-dependent routing algorithms, and problems-instances with different binding constraints to analyze the impacts of congestion on commercial vehicle emissions.< Less
OTREC-RR-10-09 By Miguel Figliozzi
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Increasing freight volumes are adding pressure to the Oregon transportation system. Data accessibility and integration is essential to ensure successful freight planning and consistency across... More > regional partner agencies and planning organizations. The main objectives of this project are: a) to maintain a long-term freight database that would be available for Oregon Universities, state transportation agencies, regional planning agencies, and economic development organizations, b) to integrate freight data into the existing and successfully operating PORTAL system, and c) to monitor freight performance measures.< Less
OTREC-RR-09-07 By Miguel Figliozzi
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This paper studies approximations to the average length of Vehicle Routing Problems (VRP). The approximations are valuable for strategic and planning analysis of transportation and logistics... More > problems. The research focus is on VRP with varying number of customers, demands, and locations. This modeling environment can be used in transport and logistics models that deal with a distribution center serving an area with daily variations in the demand. The routes are calculated daily based on what freight is available. New approximations and experimental settings are introduced. Average distance travelled is estimated as a function of the number of customers served and the number of routes needed. Approximations are tested in instances with different customer spatial distributions, demand levels, number of customers, and time windows, Regression results indicate that the proposed approximations can reasonably predict the average length of VRP problems in randomly generated problems and real urban networks.< Less
OTREC-RR-11-05 By Miguel Figliozzi
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Reliable urban freight movement is crucial to companies using just-in-time approaches. Routes with long computation times are inefficient , as are those ignoring travel time, while using congested... More > arteries and streets increases costs and exacerbates issues like greenhouse gases, air pollution, noise, and accidents. Mobile phones and routing devices improve driver/scheduler communication, allowing dynamic vehicle reassignment, stop order modification or diversion en-route, but only with fast routing methods. Travel time variation during peak hours is a major problem for models using constant vehicle speeds. Time-dependent routing research is meager and current methods are inadequate for real operations. Faster methods are essential to utilize real time information. This research aims to develop and evaluate new methods for routing in urban areas, emphasizing improved running times for existing methods.< Less