Understanding and Planning for Freight Movement in Cities: Practices and Challenges

@article{McLeod2020UnderstandingAP,
  title={Understanding and Planning for Freight Movement in Cities: Practices and Challenges},
  author={Sam McLeod and Carey Curtis},
  journal={Planning Practice \& Research},
  year={2020},
  volume={35},
  pages={201 - 219}
}
ABSTRACT Planning for freight presents a perpetual challenge for governments. Understanding freight flows has attracted increasing research attention, though such knowledge can be difficult to translate to address problems in planning practice. This paper critically assesses the challenges of understanding and planning for urban freight movement, especially with reference to achieving more sustainable outcomes. In doing so, we elucidate guidance for broader analytical and policy approaches… 
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