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Title: Methodology of selection of heavy and oversized freight transportation system
Authors: Petraška, Artūras
Čižiūnienė, Kristina
Prentkovskis, Olegas
Jarašūnienė, Aldona
Keywords: heavy and oversized freight
transportation system
road
selection methodology
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: De Gruyter Open; Transport and Telecommunication Institute
Citation: Petraška, A.; Čižiūnienė, K.; Prentkovskis, O.; Jarašūnienė, A. 2018. Methodology of selection of heavy and oversized freight transportation system, Transport and telecommunication journal 19(1): 45–58
Series/Report no.: 19;1
Abstract: Dynamically changing economic conditions influence the growing demand of various freights transportation. Inevitably, the demand for heavy and oversized freight transportation is increasing, which is quite problematic. In many cases, it is very difficult to standardize the technology of heavy and oversized freight transportation. Decisions are necessary, which would allow to deliver heavy or oversized freight to the destination place, allocating fewer funds as possible for infrastructure improvements, choosing the most appropriate mode of transport for such freight transportation or using advantages of multimodal (combined) transport. In this article there will be selected methodology of heavy and oversized freight transportation system, carrying heavy and oversized freight by road transport. There will also be made an approval of this methodology, based on a hypothetical route within Lithuanian territory.
URI: http://dspace.vgtu.lt/handle/1/3671
ISSN: 1407-6160
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