From regional planning to port regionalization and urban logistics. The inland port and the governance of logistics development in the Paris region

Volume: 78, Pages: 205 - 213
Published: Jun 1, 2019
Abstract
Large urban regions are the main logistics markets. They concentrate warehouses, distribution centres and terminals in numerous logistics zones; they polarize thus regional, national and international flows. Some of these logistics facilities correspond to inland ports directly connected to seaport(s) with high capacity transport mean(s) either via rail, road or inland waterways. Their development results from the dynamic of port...
Paper Details
Title
From regional planning to port regionalization and urban logistics. The inland port and the governance of logistics development in the Paris region
Published Date
Jun 1, 2019
Volume
78
Pages
205 - 213
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