Logistics Cities: A Spatial Requirement Framework
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This paper focuses on issues surrounding the spatial requirements of a Logistics City, and the contributing investigation, in cooperation with various planning authorities in Melbourne, has been conducted on characteristics and attributes related to this concept. The spatial requirements identified here are segregated into four different layers as a framework which will contribute to the understanding of the behavioural patterns of spatial factors related to a Logistics City. This will enhance the ability of development authorities to support the planning and introduction of a holistic Logistics City and has the potential to improve the quality and effectiveness of these systems in a growing regional economy.
Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Logistics (14th ISL)
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Logistics and Supply Chain Management