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Call for papers for the special issue “City Logistics” in the International Journal of Urban Sciences published by Taylor and Francis

Guest Editor: Professor E. Taniguchi

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Important Dates

- Deadline for submission of paper: 15th November 2013

- Publication: July 2014

 

Guidelines and Submission of Manuscripts

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City Logistics II

Recent advances in city logistics (Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on City Logistics in Langkawi in 2005)

edited by E. Taniguchi, R.G. Thompson

Elsevier Publishing Company published the proceedings book of the Fourth International Conference on City Logistics which was held in Langkawi, Malaysia on 12-14 July 2005 entitled “Recent advances in city logistics“ in July 2006. This book includes two review papers entitled “Data collection for modeling, evaluating and benchmarking city logistics schemes,” and “Intermodal transport and city logistics policies,” and 37 scientific papers on city logistics and urban freight transport which were presented in the Fourth International Conference on City Logistics.


Elsevier publishing company


City Logistics II

Logistics systems for sustainable cities (Proceedings of the Third International Conference on City Logistics in Madeira in 2003)

edited by E. Taniguchi, R.G. Thompson

Elsevier Publishing Company published the proceedings book of the Third International Conference on City Logistics that was held in Madeira, Portugal on 25-27 June 2003 entitled “Logistics systems for sustainable cities” in July 2004. This book includes two review papers entitled “Visions for city logistics” as well as “Urban freight movements and public private partnership”, and 33 scientific papers on city logistics and urban freight transport that were presented in the Third International Conference on City Logistics in Madeira, Portugal on 25-27 June 2003. An overview of OECD report on “Delivering the goods---21st century challenges to urban goods transport” is also included.


Elsevier publishing company


City Logistics II

Innovations in Freight Transport

We are currently faced with many challenging problems relating to transport and quality of life in urban areas. Urbanisation is a common trend in industrialised countries. The more people that move into urban areas, the higher the level of traffic congestion and nuisance including air pollution, noise and vibration occur. Freight transport is one of the major sources of these problems. To solve these complicated and difficult problems more efficient and environmentally friendly freight transport systems are required for establishing sustainable societies.


(WIT Press, Southampton) in 2002


City Logistics II

City Logistics II (Editors: E. Taniguchi and R.G. Thompson), 2001

The proceedings "City Logistics II" include 2 review papers and 24 research papers that were presented in the Second International Conference on City Logistics in Okinawa, Japan on 27th - 29th June 2001. The titles of review papers are "Recent advances on modelling city logistics" and "E-commerce and city logistics." These 26 papers describe recent advances in the research area of City Logistics and urban freight transport. (420 pages, hardcover)


If you would like to order the proceedings, please contact secretariat of the Institute of City Logistics, Kyoto, Japan. (Telephone: 81-75-753-4788, Fax: 81-75-752-5303, E-mail: citylogistics2007@kiban.kuciv.kyoto-u.ac.jp)

(Order form)


City Logistics

City Logistics-----Network modelling and Intelligent Transport Systems 2001

(contents) By Eiichi Taniguchi, Russell G. Thompson, Tadashi Yamada and Ron van Duin


This textbook on City Logistics modelling was published in January 2001 by Pergamon, Oxford.


City Logistics(J)

Contemporary new city logistics---Approaches to efficient and environmentally friendly urban freight transport systems using ICT (in Japanese) 2005

By Eiichi Taniguchi and City logistics research group of JSCE

Published in March 2005 by Morikita Publishing Co. (Fujimi 1-4-11, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0071 Japan, Telephone: +81-3-3265-8750, Fax: +81-3-3265-8341)


City Logistics(J)

City Logistics--- Efficient and environment friendly urban freight transport planning (in Japanese) 2001

(contents in Japanese)

By Eiichi Taniguchi and Toshinori Nemoto

Published in January 2001 by Morikita Publishing Co. (Fujimi 1-4-11, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0071 Japan, Telephone: +81-3-3265-8750, Fax: +81-3-3265-8341)


International Workshop on City Logistics 2000 (Edited by Eiichi Taniguchi)

This workshop proceeding contains 5 papers presented at International Workshop on City Logistics 2000 which took place on 11th July 2000 at Kyoto University. (121 pages, soft cover) (contents)


City Logistics I (Editors: E. Taniguchi and R.G. Thompson), 1999

The proceedings "City Logistics I" include 2 review papers and 17 research papers that were presented in the First International Conference on City Logistics in Cairns, Australia, 12-14 July 1999. The titles of review papers are "Modelling city logistics" and "Urban freight transport policy and planning." These 19 papers describe recent advances in the research area of City Logistics and urban freight transport. (317 pages, hardcover) (contents)

If you would like to order the proceedings, please contact secretariat of the Institute of City Logistics, Kyoto, Japan. (Telephone: 81-75-753-4788, Fax: 81-75-752-5303, E-mail: citylogistics2007@kiban.kuciv.kyoto-u.ac.jp) (order form)


Report on the First International Conference on City Logistics in Cairns, Australia, 12-14 July 1999 (Editors: E. Taniguchi and R.G. Thompson), 1999

This report includes Conference Overview, Programme, Participants, Welcome Address, Presentations and Discussions, Concluding Remarks. (33 pages, soft cover)


International Workshop on City Logistics and Urban Freight Transportation (Editor: E. Taniguchi), 1998

The proceedings include 3 research papers:

Evaluating some measures for city logistics (by E. Taniguchi and R.E.C.M. van der Heijden)

Intelligent vehicle routing and scheduling procedures (by R.G. Thompson)

Future transport concepts for a sustainable and intermodal urban freight transport (by J.G.S.N. Visser)