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Title: Routing and planning for the last mile mobility system
Keywords: Last Mile Problem, vehicle routing, tabu search, heterogeneous fleet, multiperiod problem, uncertain travelling time
Issue Date: 23-Aug-2012
Citation: NGUYEN VIET ANH (2012-08-23). Routing and planning for the last mile mobility system. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In this thesis, we consider a Last Mile mobility system which connects passengers from a transportation hub to their desired places and vice versa. This is an innovative approach to the transportation problems of urban cities. We propose a decision support system to assist the service provider in making good decisions at operational and strategic levels when the provider decides to offer the Last Mile service. At the operational level, we construct a heterogeneous fleet Last - First Mile tabu search algorithm for the daily routing problem. At the strategic level, the provider can use our system to choose the correct fleet size to invest in. We also study the routing problem under uncertain travelling time using the lateness index approach. Our system helps to ensure the profitability of the Last Mile mobility system, which is a critical factor to encourage the service provider to consider and offer the service.
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