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The cargo2go.at - Innovative approach for a two stage carrier independet supply in urban areas

Subproject of: Innovative approach for a two stage carrier independet supply in urban areas (cargo2go.at)

Project Leader
Roider Oliver, BOKU Project Leader
Duration:
01.09.2014-28.02.2017
Programme:
Mobilität der Zukunft - Kooperative F&E-Projekte - Industrielle Forschung
Type of Research
Applied Research

Further information: http://cargo2go.at/

Staff
Klementschitz Roman, Project Staff
Heinemann Anna, Project Staff (bis 13.05.2016)
Radics Lena, Project Staff (bis 31.07.2016)
BOKU Research Units
Institute for Transport Studies
Institute of Production and Logistics
Funded by
Austrian Research Promotion Agency, Sensengasse 1, 1090 Wien, Austria
Abstract
The cargo2go.at project was intended to develop an innovative freight transport concept for urban areas. It was based on a variable hub and spoke approach which uses existing infrastructure as temporary consolidation points and thus, preventing additional surface sealing or expansion. By combining
conventional and zero-emission means of transport, the potential of alternative supply concepts (e.g. cycle freight, e-mobility, etc.) was evaluated, considering various business, goods, and transport specific needs. The potential of innovative and emission-reducing concepts was calculated numerically by the development of generic methods, taking into account essential aspects (emissions,
cost, surface sealing, etc.).
Keywords
Transport economics;
logistics; urban freight transport; ;
Publications

Gronalt, M; Fikar, C; Häuslmayer, H; Hirsch, P; Klementschitz, R; Posset, M; Roider, O; Spiegel, N; Vögl, J (2017): cargo2go.at - Innovatives zweistufiges, von Ladeeinheiten und Transportmitteln unabhängiges, Versorgungskonzept für urbane Räume [Endbericht].

Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH (FFG) - Gütermobilität MdZ 3. Ausschreibung (2013), 38

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