International audience; This paper proposes a framework for quantifying the macroscopic impacts of delivery goods made by double-parked vehicles in urban arterial using microscopic simulation. It is applied to a real urban corridor: the Lafayette Avenue in Lyon (France). The framework combines traffic states with stochastic and microscopic freight demand generation model, i.e. the delivery movements and the delivery duration. Cooperative and competitive scenarios are considered. Impacts of goods delivery have been captured in a traffic evaluation model. The results of these configurations’ assessment are discussed. Finally, practical implications for transport planners are highlighted.

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Published on 01/01/2016

Volume 2016, 2016
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