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Author: Morosi Tierno, Valentina
Director: Canca Ortiz, José David
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Organización Industrial y Gestión de Empresas I
Date: 2018
Document type: Master's Thesis
Academic Title: Universidad de Sevilla. Máster en Organización Industrial y Gestión de Empresas
Abstract: Considerando la situación a la cual ha llegado la contaminación atmosférica y la congestión vehicular en las grandes ciudades, se han impulsado medidas para promover modos de transporte sostenible, como las bicicletas públicas, buscando una altern...
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Considering the global situation related to air pollution and vehicular congestion, many countries are promoting sustainable modes of transport, as an alternative to motorized vehicles, such as bike-sharing . Bike-sharing systems are increasing their popularity as sustainable transportation systems in recent years. One of the most important elements for its implementation is the optimal location of the stations. This work presents two different location-allocation models to solve the design problem of the bike-sharing system. The models determines the require number of stations, the location of the stations and the total fleet of bicycles in the system, considering budget constraints. In one case the objective function is to maximize the demand and in the other, the suitable selection of different types of stations according to demand. The models are applied to Montevideo, Uruguay and are computationally solved using Python programming language and Gurobi® optimization software.
Cite: Morosi Tierno, V. (2018). Diseño de una red de bicicletas públicas en la ciudad de Montevideo – Uruguay. (Trabajo Fin de Máster Inédito). Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/86505

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