2016 Freight Day V

University of Toronto Faculty Club, February 26, 2016

Summary of research by the University of Toronto Centre for Urban Freight Analysis

 And, a summary of the discussions appeared in Loading Zone by George Liu, NRU Publishing Inc.

Posted with permission of the publisher of NRU Publishing Inc. Original article first appeared in Novae Res Urbis – Toronto Edition, Vol. 20 No. 9, Friday, March 4, 2016.

Session 1: Updates from U of T and Government Partners, Moderator: M Roorda, UofT
Peel Goods Movement: Update from Government PartnersSabbir Saiyed, Region of Peel
Session 2: Urban Commercial Vehicle Parking, Moderator: Vijay Gill, CPCS
Parking Enforcement Policies for Commercial VehiclesMehdi Nourinejad, UofT
IInvestigation of Commercial Vehicle Parking Permits in TorontoJames Lamers, UofT
A Downtown On-Street Parking Model with Urban Truck Delivery EffectsAhmed Amer, Ryerson University
Impacts of Illegal Parking on Toronto’s CBD Congestion Ahmed Ramadan, UofT
Session 3: Freight Data, Modelling and Planning, Moderator: M. Roorda, U of T               
Metrolinx Goods Movement Backgrounder and Data FrameworkVijay Gill, CPCS
Modelling Firm Growth and OutsourcingToka Mostafa, UofT
Ontario’s Freight Supportive-GuidlinesRobin Kortright, MTO
Session 4: Logistics                             Moderator: Justin Terry, Transport Canada
Improving Network Design through Demand Analysis for Purolator (not posted)Emma Frejinger, CIRRELT, University of Montreal
Life-Cycle Emissions and Life-Time Costs of a Medium-Duty Diesel an a Battery-Electric TruckTaylor Zhou, Univ. of Toronto
The Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Routing ProblemMehdi Nourinejad, Univ. of Toronto