Keywords:Selecting Optimal Distribution Routes, Physical Characteristic of Routes, Zero-one Goal Programming Model
The objective of this research is to propose method for selecting distribution route by zero-one goal programming model. The model investigates the quantitative decision criteria which are cost of transportation and transit time, the qualitative decision criteria which are physical characteristics of route: number of lanes each direction, lane width, shoulder width, road surface, curve and slope of route, deterioration of road surface and black spot. Moreover, the model was applied to case study route selection from Rom Klao Commodity Transport Station to Bangkok Port. The results showed that the model can select
the appropriate distribution route which are optimal cost of transportation and risk levels of physical characteristics based upon user constraints. The transit time of optimal distribution route is nearby the time which is determined by user. Moreover, user can give the significant weight for decision criteria as needed.
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