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Freight modal split models: data base, calibration problem and urban application
WIT Transactions on the Built Environment
In the last 15 years, freight market developments concerning organization, rules and data communication have determined a shift from planning to flexibility: this implies not only higher frequency and variety in the shipments, but also higher average speed, reliability and actual security of the travels. It is also important to be able to forecast the modal choice of the customers within an acceptable approximation margin in these new conditions. The past attempts seem to prove that the nesteddoi:10.2495/ut060371 fatcat:7lrbbv2mg5bkneaxadkh2x7lay