Soluções para o transporte urbano de cargas na etapa de última milha

Camilla de Oliveira Souza, Márcio de Almeida D’Agosto, Renata Albergaria de Mello Bandeira, Isabela Rocha Pombo Lessi de Almeida

Resumo


Novas formas de operação na distribuição de carga urbana podem levar a melhorias na eficiência das entregas de última milha, além de reduzir seu custo e seus impactos socioambientais. Entretanto, a viabilidade financeira dessas novas formas de operação pode ainda ser questionável por causa dos altos investimentos necessários e do elevado custo de mão de obra, especialmente em países em desenvolvimento. Portanto, este trabalho tem o objetivo de avaliar como essas novas modalidades podem ser adotadas no contexto de países em desenvolvimento, mais especificamente no Brasil, identificando os principais desafios, os benefícios e o impacto dessas práticas para as cidades, as quais, muitas vezes, já sofrem com outros problemas de infraestrutura de transportes.


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transporte urbano de carga, logística urbana, entregas de última milha.

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