Improving our understanding of freight travel decision making: motivations, constraints, incentives and interactions

@inproceedings{Puckett2009ImprovingOU,
  title={Improving our understanding of freight travel decision making: motivations, constraints, incentives and interactions},
  author={Sean M. Puckett},
  year={2009}
}
Key advances have been made in recent years relating to the modelling of decision-making process underlying the movement of freight. In the area of network modelling, micro-simulation techniques of freight travel choices, modelling of land-use/transport network feedback effects, and accounting for physical characteristics of logistics networks have added important structural behavioural elements to models from which standard models centering on techniques such as assigning commodity flows have… CONTINUE READING