In this paper we study a long-haul truck scheduling problem where a path has to be determined for a vehicle traveling from a specified origin to a specified destination. We consider refueling decisions along the path while accounting for heterogeneous fuel prices in a road network. Furthermore, the path has to comply with Hours of Service (HoS) regulations. Therefore, a path is defined by the actual road trajectory traveled by the vehicle, as well as the locations where the vehicle stops due to refueling, compliance with HoS regulations, or a combination of the two. Lien vers l'article
ANDREA MOR, A., ARCHETTI, C., OLA JABALI, O., ALBERTO SIMONETTO, A. and M. GRAZIA SPERANZA, M.G. (2022). The Bi-objective Long-haul Transportation Problem on a Road Network. Omega, 106, pp. 102522.