Principal InvestigatorAnastasios Chassiakos, Ph.D.
California State University Long Beach
This work studies the optimization of scheduling of chassis and container movements at the operational level for individual trucking companies when Chassis Processing Facilities (CPFs) are available for use in the vicinity of a container port within a major metropolitan area.
In this project, CSULB will develop a series of case studies designed to evaluate the impacts of freight-related environmental policies. The team will then produce brief videos to accompany the case studies research, in order to reach a wider audience.
The CSULB Center for International Trade and Transportation (CITT) will write a white paper on introducing GIS technology to high school students. CITT will then develop the introductory GIS workshop for high school students with a focus on sustainable transportation.
This project will result in a white paper that presents the workforce challenges faced by transit agencies as they transition their fleets to zero emission vehicle technologies, and will suggest training strategies to help bridge these challenges.