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This talk will discuss vehicle routing problems in congested urban areas. Modeling approaches, data collection issues, and solution algorithms to solve real-world problems will be described and analyzed.
Dr. Miguel Andres Figliozzi's main research areas are transportation and logistics systems modeling and optimization. He joined Portland State University in August 2007. His previous academic appointment was at the University of Sydney School of Business. Dr. Figliozzi works in partnership with local, regional, state, and federal transportation agencies, and he is a member of the Transportation Research Board Network Modeling Committee and Transportation Research Board Network Intermodal Terminal Design Committee.
Vehicle routing problem, Traffic congestion -- Management, City traffic, Motor vehicle fleets -- Planning -- mathematical models, System theory, Travel time (Traffic engineering)
Technology and Innovation | Transportation
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Figliozzi, Miguel, "Vehicle Routing Problems in Congested Urban Areas" (2010). Systems Science Friday Noon Seminar Series. 35.