Research Publications

Seattle Center City Alley Infrastructure Inventory and Occupancy Study 2018

 

Final 50 Feet - Common Carrier Locker Pilot Test at Seattle Municipal Tower

 

Common Carrier Locker Systems - Phase I

The Final 50 Feet Urban Goods Delivery System

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Paper
Published:
2007
Authored by: Anne Goodchild and C.F. Daganzo

The Clean Trucks Program is a Clean Air Action Plan initiative currently being adopted by the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. This paper examines each of the Clean Trucks Program's current requirements and estimates the impact on terminal operations. Using terminal operations data supplied by three terminal operating companies, we conduct a simple queuing analysis and present a regression model which allow us to consider the potential impact of the policy changes.

Paper
Published:
2006
Authored by: Anne Goodchild, C. Daganzo

Loading ships as they are unloaded (double cycling) can improve the efficiency of a quay crane and container port. This paper describes the double-cycling problem, and presents solution algorithms and simple formulae to determine reductions in the number of operations and operating time using the technique. We focus on reducing the number of operations necessary to turn around a row of a ship. The problem is first formulated as a scheduling problem, which can be solved optimally.

Paper
Published:
2006
Authored by: Ed McCormack and Mark Hallenbeck

This paper documents the development of data collection methodologies that can be used to measure truck movements along specific roadway corridors in Washington State cost-effectively. The intent of this study was to design and test methodologies that could provide information to ascertain the performance of freight mobility roadway improvement projects. The benchmarks created would be used to report on speed and volume improvements that resulted from completed roadway projects.

Paper
Authored by: Mark Hallenbeck, Anne Goodchild, Jerome Drescher

This report discusses the travel costs associated with the closure of roads in the greater Centralia/Chehalis, Washington region due to 100-year flood conditions starting on the Chehalis River. The costs were computed for roadway closures on I-5, US 12, and SR 6, and are based on estimated road closure durations supplied by WSDOT. The computed costs are only those directly related to travel that would otherwise have occurred on the roads affected by the flooding closures.

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