Dataset: Spatiotemporal analysis of freight patterns in Southern California

Daniel Rivera-Royero, Miguel Jaller, John Harvey, Changmo Kim & Jeremy Lea
There has been general trend to shift the location of warehouses and distribution facilities away from consumer markets (logistics sprawl) in Southern California. This shift has a negative impact on cost and the environment because freight vehicles have to travel longer to reach their destinations. However, during the last decade, this trend has not continued at the same pace, and it may have even reversed. Two main factors potentially explain this phenomenon: the 2008-2009 economic...
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