Commenced in January 2007
Paper Count: 30827
A Taxonomy Proposal on Criterion Structure for Evaluating Freight Village Concepts in Early-Stage Design Projects
Abstract:The early-stage design and development projects for the freight village initiatives require a comprehensive analysis of both qualitative and quantitative data. Considering the literature review on structural and operational management requirements, this study proposed an original taxonomy on criterion structure to assess freight village conceptualization. The potential challenges and uncertainties of the developed taxonomy are extended. Besides requirement analysis, this study is also expected to contribute to forthcoming research on benchmarking of freight villages in different regions. The methodology used in this research is a systematic review on several articles as per their modelling approaches, sustainability, entities and decisions made together with the uncertainties and features of their models taken into consideration. The major findings of the study that are the categories for assessing the projects attributes on their environmental, socio-economical, accessibility and location aspects.
Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1340390Procedia APA BibTeX Chicago EndNote Harvard JSON MLA RIS XML ISO 690 PDF Downloads 436
 Ludwik Konratowicz, “Planning of Logistics Centers”, Maritime Institute of Gdansk, 2015.
 Eren Özceylan, Mehmer Erbaş, Mert Tolon, Mehmet Kabak, Temel Turgut, “Evaluation of freight villages: A GIS based multi-criteria decision analysis”, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2015.
 Elichi Taniguchi, Michihiko Noritake, Tadashi Yamada, Toru Izumitani, “Optimal Size and Location Planning of Public Logistics Terminals”, Elsevier, Science Direct, 1999.
 Samir Awad-Nunez, Nicoletta Gonzalez-Cancelas, Francisco Soler-Flores, Alberto Camarero-Orive, “How should the sustainability of the location of dry ports be measured?”, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2016.
 Samir Awad-Nunez, Nicoletta Gonzalez-Cancelas, Francisco Soler-Flores, Alberto Camarero-Orive, “Application of a model based on the use of DELPHI methodology and Multicriteria Analysis for the assessment of the quality of the Spanish Dry Ports Location”, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2014.
 Lam Canh Nguyen, Theo Notteboom, “A Multi-Criteria Approach to Dry Port Location in Developing Economies at Vietnam”, The Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics, Elsevier, 2016.
 Bahadır Fatih Yildirim, Emrah Önder, “Evaluating Potential Freight Villages in Istanbul Using Multi-Criteria Decision-Making Techniques”, Journal of Logistics Management, 2014.
 Samir Awad-Nunez, Nicoletta Gonzalez-Cancelasa, Francisco Soler-Flores, Alberto Camarero-Orive, “A methodology for measuring sustainability of Dry Ports Location based on Bayesian Networks and Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis”, Transportation Research Procedia, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2015.
 Sonal Sindhu, Vijay Nehra, Sunil Luthra, “Investigation of feasibility study of solar farms deployment using hybrid AHP-TOPSIS analysis: Case study of India”, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2017.
 Michael A. Gogas, Eftihia Nathanail, “Evaluation of Urban Consolidation Centres: A Methodological Framework”, 16th Conference on Reliability and Statistics In Transportation And Communication, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2016.
 Renny Pradina Kusumawardani, Mayangsekar Agintiara, “Application of Fuzzy AHP-TOPSIS Method for Decision Making in Human Resource Manager Selection Process”, The 3rd Information Systems International Conference, Procedia, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2015.
 Sen Guo, Huiru Zhao, “Optimal site selection of electric vehicle charging station by using fuzzy TOPSIS based on sustainability perspective”, Applied Energy, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2015.
 A. Mete Baydar, Haldun Süral, Melih Çelik., “Freight Villages: A Literature Review from The Sustainability and Societal Equity Perspective”, Journal of Cleaner Production, 2017.
 Abderrahim Benjelloun, Teodor Gabriel Crainic, Yvon Bigras, “Towards A Taxonomy of City Logistics Projects”, Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences 2, 2010.
 Guido Perbolia, Alberto De Marco, Francesca Perfetti, Matteo Marone, “A New Taxonomy of Smart City Projects”, 17th Meeting of The Euro Working Group on Transportation, Ewgt2014, 2-4 July 2014, Sevilla, Spain Elsevier, Transportation Research Procedia 3, 2014.
 Teodor Gabriel Crainic, Guido Perboli, Mariangela Rosano, “Simulation of intermodal freight transportation systems: Taxonomy”, Elsevier, European Journal of Operational Research, 2017.
 Imane Essaadi, Bernard Grabot, Pierre Fénies, “Location of logistics hubs at national and subnational level with consideration of the structure of the location choice”, Ifac-Papers on Line 49-31, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2016.
 Eren Özceylan, Cihan Çetinkaya, Mehmet Erbas, Mehmet Kabak, “Logistic performance evaluation of provinces in Turkey: A GIS-based multi-criteria decision analysis”, Transportation Research Part A 94, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2016.
 Teodor Gabriel Crainic, Paolo Dell’olmo, Nicoletta Ricciardi, Antonino Sgalambro, “Modelling dry-port-based freight distribution planning”, Transportation Research Part C 55, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2015.
 Xin-Gang Zhao, Ang Li, “A multi-objective sustainable location model for biomass power plants: Case of China”, Energy 112, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2016.
 Yasanur Kayikci, “A conceptual model for intermodal freight logistics center location decisions”, Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences 2, The Sixth International Conference on City Logistics, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2010.
 Anu Bask, Violeta Roso, Dan Andersson, Erkki Hämäläinen, “Development of seaport–dry port dyads: two cases from Northern Europe”, Journal of Transport Geography 39, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2014.
 Gordon Wilmsmeier, Jason Monios, Bruce Lambert, “The directional development of intermodal freight corridors in relation to inland terminals”, Journal of Transport Geography 19, Elsevier, Science Direct, 2011.
 Ali Karasan and Cengiz Kahraman, “A novel intuitionistic fuzzy DEMATEL– ANP – TOPSIS integrated methodology for freight village location selection”, Elsevier, Science Direct, Journal of Intelligent and Fuzzy Systems, 2017.
 Ludwik Konratowicz, “Planning of Logistics Centers”, Maritime Institute of Gdansk, 2015 p. 9.
 EUROPLATFORMS EEIG’s Logistics Centre Definition (European Association of Freight Villages), http://europlatforms.eu/Logistic%20CenterDefinition.html.