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Duijn, Kevin (author)
In order to fulfill the climate commitments outlined in the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, there is a pressing need to substantially reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions worldwide. Among these GHG emissions, CO2 contributes for 75% of the total Greenhouse Gas emissions. The transport sector accounts for 22% of these CO2 emissions. Despite the...
master thesis 2023
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Buch, Wiebke (author)
Collaborative Port Call Optimization (PCO) is a key strategy to improve port efficiency. This study aims to bridge existing research gaps by providing a holistic understanding of collaborative PCO adoption, emphasizing the complexities of multi-organization collaboration and the influence of emerging technologies within the nautical chain and...
master thesis 2023
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Qin, Mark (author)
This research proposes a new concept of electric bus with adjustable interior modules. By installing different modules, it can adjust both its internal layout and battery capacity spontaneously to make itself resemble an electric city bus or an electric regional bus when it is needed. It makes use of difference between peak times of regional...
master thesis 2023
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Warns, Ruben (author)
Innovation, akin to crafting a novel recipe, involves identifying problems, experimenting, testing, and sharing solutions. This study delves into "reuse innovations," which emphasize prolonging product usage before disposal. A prime exemplar is Home Carbonation Kits (HCKs), which can replace over 3000 single-use water bottles. Despite the...
master thesis 2023
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Sweere, Sem (author)
master thesis 2023
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Meulepas, Jolien (author)
This research deepens the understanding of issues of mobility injustice, related to accessibility, in context of vulnerable neighbourhoods in peri-urban areas. Through the use of a case study of a vulnerable neighbourhood in the Hague Southwest, this paper aims to add to the understanding of the mechanisms underlying the causes (accessibility...
master thesis 2023
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Arntz, Emma (author)
Autonomous delivery robots are a promising alternative for last-mile delivery. To realise successful implementation of delivery robots in the public space, it is important to study the interaction between robot and environment. The traffic environment includes the physical infrastructure, traffic conditions and the people using the environment....
master thesis 2022
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Beekes, Sebastiaan (author)
Testing Sidewalk Autonomous Delivery Robot (SADR) performance in real world conditions is important to prove whether the innovation is ready for large-scale adoption. Currently, testing SADRs in public is not allowed in the Netherlands, because little is known about the actual risks associated with delivery robots, and the risks are currently...
master thesis 2022
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de Kerpel, Ella (author)
A rapid increase in international trade volumes during recent years has led to truck congestion at container terminals’ gates during peak hours. This has consequences on the costs of trucking companies waiting long times behind the gates. Furthermore, it leads to containers arriving too late at the hinterland, a lower port attractiveness and...
master thesis 2022
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van Hooff, CĂ©line (author)
Online meal delivery platforms are growing worldwide. Nevertheless, the takeaway business model is currently the major source of plastic packaging waste generation. The alarming growth of plastic pollution leads to action among governments worldwide resulting in single-use plastic bans. A handful of start-ups offer reusable food container...
master thesis 2021
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Koev, Vladimir (author)
In time of fast globalization and urbanization, the volumes of transported containers have significantly increased in the last decades. The challenges of operating with high volumes of containers have propagated from the deep-sea terminals into the hinterland network resulting in extensive use of road transportation, long waiting times and high...
master thesis 2021
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Heinen, Annette (author)
This research clarifies the relations between the growing e-commerce sector and the logistic sector. The last-mile transportation of goods bought via e-commerce is growing, which leads to negative impacts on the environment and mobility. A Causal Loop Diagram (CLD) illustrating the relations is made and a simulation model is build quantifying...
master thesis 2021
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Scholten, J. (author)
As climate change takes hold, extreme weather events increasingly pressure the performance of the railway infrastructure. A first insight has been obtained into the impacts of climate change for the train system and the railway network, but there are almost no studies on the impact of our changing climate on railway stations. This study...
master thesis 2020
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Mientjes, Gerjan (author)
Physical Internet (PI) is an innovation, which is introduced to cope with the unsustainable eects of logistics on society, environment and economy. Research to the implications of this innovation on important components/stakeholders in logistics, like maritime ports and Port Authorities (PA) lack. To fill in this gap, this study uses the...
master thesis 2020
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Ambadi Omanakuttannair, N.K. (author)
Shared autonomous vehicles (SAV) is coming up as an effective and sustainable first and last mile mobility solution that can integrate itself well into the existing transport network. Currently it is mandatory to have an on-board steward in the SAV. The technology has been maturing to have completely autonomous vehicles without the need of...
student report 2020
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Chung, Edwin (author)
The municipal of Amsterdam plans to implement a zero emission (ZE) zone by 2025. A plan is required to implement a battery electric truck (BET) charging infrastructure. To derive at the preferred feasible BET charging infrastructures, the research assesses the available BET, available charging methods, stakeholder perception, and BET energy...
master thesis 2020
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Randsdorp, D.C.R. (author)
This study investigates paternalistic and non-paternalistic altruistic preferences in the Willingness to Allocate Public Budget approach (WTAPB) in a transport context. To the best of my knowledge the extent to which citizens are willing to sacrifice effects for themselves to realize effects for other people, has not been studied in a WTAPB...
master thesis 2020
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Versluys, Guy (author)
Innovating the last mile of parcel and meal delivery Logistic service providers are looking for ways to innovate their delivery process in order to optimize their operations, lower operational cost, and to be able to meet growing consumer demands in terms of convenience, predictability, accuracy and flexibility in delivery time and place....
master thesis 2018
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