RESEARCH PAPER
INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE FOR THE MODERN TRANSPORT SYSTEM
Natalia Lakhmetkina 1  
,  
Milos Poliak 2  
,  
 
 
More details
Hide details
1
Logistics transport systems and technologies, Russian University of Transport (RUT - MIIT)
2
Faculty of Operation and Economics of Transport and Communications, University of Zilina, University of Zilina
3
Deputy director for business development, Freight Village RU
CORRESPONDING AUTHOR
Natalia Lakhmetkina   

Logistics transport systems and technologies, Russian University of Transport (RUT - MIIT)
Publish date: 2019-06-28
Submission date: 2019-05-13
Final revision date: 2019-06-18
Acceptance date: 2019-06-19
 
The Archives of Automotive Engineering – Archiwum Motoryzacji 2019;84(2):103–116
KEYWORDS
TOPICS
ABSTRACT
High - quality transport infrastructure is one of the key elements of the modern economy. At present, in the context of growing transportations volume, the development of transport infrastructure is of particular importance for all countries. The role of dry ports in constructing cross-border logistics networks attracts more attention to the countries governments. This article discusses the concept of "dry port" as an element of transport and logistics infrastructure for the modern transport system, and the prospects for the development of such facilities in international significance. The paper focused on the modern transportation network, which connects the inland cross-border logistics network through dry ports through concept of smart logistics at the macro level on the scale of continental cooperation in Eurasia. The main goal of this article is to develop a methodology for the formation of integrated infrastructure management of international importance in the concept of "Dry port" and "Smart logistics", taking into account the peculiarities of the use of transport and cross-border infrastructure of countries for the formation of new transport solutions in the East-West-East corridors.
 
REFERENCES (20)
1.
Black J., Roso V., Marusic E., Brnjac N.: Issues in dry port location and implementation in metropolitan areas: The case of Sydney, Australia. Transactions on Maritime Science. 2018, 7(1), 41-50, DOI: 10.7225/toms.v07.n01.004.
 
2.
Chen J., Fei Y., Zhang F., Jing C.: Evaluating Correlations between a Seaport and Its Dry Ports: Case Study of Xiamen Port in China. Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society. 2018, 6831302, DOI: 10.1155/2018/6831302.
 
3.
Crainic T.G., Dell’Olmo P., Ricciardi N., Sgalambro A.: Modeling dry-port-based freight distribution planning. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 2015, 55, 518-534, DOI: 10.1016/j.trc.2015.03.026.
 
4.
Cullinane K., Bergqvist R., Wilmsmeier G.: The dry port concept - Theory and practice. Maritime Economics and Logistics. 2012, 14(1), 1-13, DOI: 10.1057/mel.2011.14.
 
5.
Danielis R., Gregori T.: An input-output-based methodology to estimate the economic role of a port: the case of the port system of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, Italy. Maritime Economics & Logistics. 2013, 15, 2, 222–255, DOI: 10.1057/mel.2013.1.
 
6.
El Hassan L.: Modeling framework for intermodal dry port based hinterland logistics system. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology. 2016, 94(1), 197-206. ISSN: 1992-8645.
 
7.
Haezendonck E., Dooms M., Verbeke A.: A new governance perspective on port-hinterland relationships: The Port Hinterland Impact (PHI) matrix. Maritime Economics and Logistics. 2014, 16(3), 229-249, DOI: 10.1057/mel.2014.10.
 
8.
Intergovernmental Agreement on Dry Ports In: United Nations Treaty collection: https://treaties.un.org/doc/Tr... (accessed on 21 January 2019).
 
9.
Korol R. G, Balalaev A.S.: Technological aspects of the functioning of "Dry ports". Bulletin of Pacific National University. 2014, 3 (34), 123-126. ISSN 1996-3440.
 
10.
Lakhmetkina N. Y., Oleinikov A.S.: Development of Dry ports of international importance. Railway transport. 2019, 3, 12-16. ISSN 0044-4448.
 
11.
Lakhmetkina N. Y., Shchelkunova I. V., Fomicheva O. A.: Logistics solutions for the interaction of modes of transport. World of Transport. 2018, 2, 178-187. ISSN 1992-3252.
 
12.
Li Y., Dong Q., Sun S.: Dry port development in China: Current status and future strategic directions. Journal of Coastal Research. 2015, 73, 641-646, DOI: 10.2112/SI73-111.1.
 
13.
Oláh J., Nestler S., Nobel T., Harangi-Rákos M., Popp J.: Development of dry ports in Europe. International Journal of Applied Management Science. 2018, 10(4), 269-289, DOI: 10.1504/IJAMS.2018.095330.
 
14.
Rezer S. M., Baltag M. N.: Logistics of interaction between rail and sea transport on the basis of "Dry ports". Transport: science, technology, management. 2016, 9, 3-6.
 
15.
Roso V., Woxenius J., Lumsden K.: The dry port concept: connecting container seaports with the hinterland. Journal of Transport Geography. 2009, 17, 5, 338–345, DOI: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2008.10.008.
 
16.
Transport corridors of the Silk Road: the potential of growth of freight traffic. Center for integration studies of the Eurasian Development Bank. 2018: https://eabr.org/upload/iblock... (accessed on 12 March 2019).
 
17.
Wei H., Dong M.: Import-export freight organization and optimization in the dry-port-based cross-border logistics network under the Belt and Road Initiative. Computers and Industrial Engineering. 2019, 130, 472-484, DOI: 10.1016/j.cie.2019.03.007.
 
18.
Wei H., Sheng Z., Tae-Woo Lee P.: The role of dry port in hub-and-spoke network under Belt and Road Initiative. Maritime Policy and Management. 2018, 45(3), 370-387, DOI: 10.1080/03088839.2017.1396505.
 
19.
Wei H., Sheng Z.: Dry ports-seaports sustainable logistics network optimization: Considering the environment constraints and the concession cooperation relationships. Polish Maritime Research. 2017, 24(S3), 143-151, DOI: 10.1515/pomr-2017-0117.
 
20.
Witte P., Wiegmans B., Rodrigue J.P.: A critical review on the evolution and development of inland port research. Journal of Transport Geography. 2019, 74, 53-61, DOI: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2018.11.001.
 
eISSN:2084-476X