VEHICLES & TIMES

Vehicle specifications on cargo interior will vary by make, model, and year of vehicle.

Cargo Van

Weight: 2,500 lbs.

Size: 10 Feet

DIM: 48"w X 48"h

Extended Cargo Van

Weight: 3,000 lbs.

Size: 10 Feet

DIM: 52″w X 72″h

Small Straight Truck

Weight: 5,000 lbs.

Size: 12 Feet

DIM: 90″w X 72″h

Large Straight Truck

Weight: 10,000 lbs.

Size: 24 Feet

DIM: 100"w X 100"h

Tractor Flatbed

Weight: 44,000 lbs.

Size: 48 Feet

DIM: 100"w X 100"h

The routing and scheduling of vehicle types to service customers plays an important role in the logistics distribution chain.

Most of the models for vehicle routing assume constant travel times. Many available models assume that the travel times are constant throughout the day or exploit simple procedures to adjust them, such as multiplier factors associated with different periods of the day. Unfortunately, these assumptions are weak approximations of the real-world conditions where travel times are subject to more subtle variations over time. These variations may result from predictable events (e.g., congestion during peak hours) or from unpredictable events like accidents, vehicle breakdowns, and others.

In this chart, we present an on-time model equation that is formulated by times and distances. These are guidelines only. Therefore, based on national motor trends, time-dependent ground vehicle speed distance is based at 45 miles per hour.

Miles

001 – 045

046 – 067

068 – 090

091 – 112

113 – 135

136 – 157

158 – 180

Transit Time

01:00

01:30

02:00

02:30

03:00

03:30

04:00

Miles

181 – 202

203 – 225

226 – 247

248 – 270

271 – 292

293 – 315

316 – 337

Transit Time

04:30

05:00

05:30

06:00

06:30

07:00

07:30

Miles

338 – 360

361 – 382

383 – 405

406 – 427

428 – 450

451 – 473

474 – More

Transit Time

08:00

08:30

09:00

09:30

10:00

10:30

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