Analysis of the Main Influence Factors of the Capacity Coordination Problem between Freight Stations and Marshalling Yards under the “Real-Freight System”

With the high-speed railways have been put into use in the country, railway transportation capacity achieved liberation. And it makes possible of further optimizing program organization and improving the quality of service. Freight demand accepted online began to effect on September 1, 2012, to actively carry out the real-freight system requirement of “open the acceptance of goods, loaded as soon as picked” and to take the customer as the center concept to meet the maximum loading needs of the clients, which put forward higher request for the accuracy and flexibility of the collocation of the transport capacity. Therefore, the capacity coordination of freight stations and railway stations has become a vital and urgent problem. This paper takes the freight stations and marshalling yards in railway terminal as main research subjects, through analyzing their working relationship, to summary the capacity coordination connotation of freight stations and railway stations under “real-freight system” and to explore the main factors influencing their capacity coordination. In order to provide feasible and effective theory to improve the capacity coordination situation of freight stations and railway stations as well as to enhance the integrated efficiency of railway.


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  • Accession Number: 01579237
  • Record Type: Publication
  • ISBN: 9780784479384
  • Files: TRIS, ASCE
  • Created Date: Sep 21 2015 3:04PM