A Freight Network Optimization study can help Departments of Transportation (DOT), Economic Development agencies, Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) and other state and local government agencies effectively identify and prioritize investment opportunities to:
- More effectively manage assets;
- Reduce private sector transportation costs; and
- Promote business growth within the state or region.
Proven in the private sector to optimize complex global supply chain networks for large shippers, this approach is also a cutting edge method to optimize the publicly-owned elements of a freight transportation network. An optimized, multi-modal freight transportation network can greatly improve the competitiveness of local businesses by providing an effective and efficient freight transportation infrastructure. Quetica uses a demand-based supply chain network design and optimization approach to help public sector planners identify and analyze transportation network constraints and the highest value investment opportunities, while promoting economic growth.
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