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Stefan Kudlac, Jozef Gasparik, Milan Dedik and Petr V. Kurenkov

transport capacity of the train and railway track based on used types of wagons. In: Transport means proceedings of the 20th international conference, 5-7 October 2016 (pp. 584 – 588). Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas, Lithuania. [8] Buková, B., Brumerčíková, E. & Kondek, P. (2017). Determinants of distribution logistics in the construction industry. Open Engineering: formerly Central European journal of engineering. 7(1), 14-18. [9] Majerčák, J., Kudláč, Š. & Ponický, J. (2016). Innovative management of supply chains. Logi: scientific journal on

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Jakub Hašek, Roman Hruška and Aidas Vasilis Vasiliauskas

, M. & Copikova, A. (2017). The Identification of Crisis Manager Skills by Using Saaty's Method. In 16th Conference of the Eurasia-Business-and-Economics-Society, 27-29 May 2015 (pp. 341-367). Istanbul, Turkey. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-39919-5_26. [5] Stopka, O., Bartuska, L. & Kubasakova, I. (2014). Selecting the Most Suitable Region in the Selected Country for the Placement of the Bi-Modal Freight Village Using the WSA Method. In Scientific proceeding for the conference ITELMS'2014, 22-23 May 2014 (pp. 238-243). Kaunas, Lithuania. [6] CHAPS. (2017

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Peter Marienka, Juraj Jagelčák and Lukáš Trnka

Means - Proceedings of the International Conference, 22-23 October (pp. 405-409). Kaunas, Lithuania: KAUNAS UNIV TECHNOLOGY PRESS. [11] Gnap, J. & Kubanova J. (2017). Selected Options for Modelling of Transport Processes Particularly in Relation to Intermodal Transport. In 18th International Scientific Conference, LOGI 2017, 19 October 2017. Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic: E D P SCIENCES.

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Ján Dižo, Miroslav Blatnický and Rafał Melnik

References [1] EN 12299:2009 Railway Applications – Ride Comfort for Passengers – Measurement and Evaluation. (2009). European Committee for Standardization, Brussels. [2] Dailydka, S., Naimovičius, S. & Lingaitis, V. (2012) Analysis of passenger vibration comfort in a train. In 16 th International Conference Transport Means 2012: Proceedings of the Conference, 25-26 October 2012 (pp. 302-305). Kaunas, Lithuania. [3] Lack, T. & Gerlici, J. (2008). Analysis of vehicle dynamic properties form: The point of view of passenger comfort. Komunikacie

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Jozef Gnap, Dominika Rovňaníková and Marek Jaśkiewicz

and Bioproducts Processing, 105, 77-85. DOI: 10.1016/j.fbp.2017.06.002. [16] Nemec, F., Lorincová, S., Hitka, M. & Turínska, L. (2015). The Storage Area Market in the Particular Territory. Nase More, 62(Special Issue), 131-138. DOI: 10.17818/NM/2015/SI8. [17] Bartuska, L., Stopka, O., Chovancova, M. & Lizbetin, J. Proposal of Optimizing the Transportation Flows of Consignments in the Distribution Center. Transport Means – 20th International Scientific Conference on Transport Means, 05-07 October 2016 (pp. 107-111). Juodkrante, Lithuania. ISSN 1822-296X

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Ján Dižo, Miroslav Blatnický and Rafał Melnik

, P., Kurčík, P., Pavlík, A. & Blatnický, M. (2018). E3-kolka with a steering mechanism for improvement of the stability in curving. In Experimental and Computational methods in engineering 2018: 5th conference for young scientific workers, 6-8 June 2018 (pp. 107-114). Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic: J. E. Purkyně University. [6] Kardas-Cinal, E. (2018). Methods of vibrational comfort evaluation in means of transport. In Transport Means 2018: 22 nd International Scientific Conference, Part II, 12-14 October 2018 (pp. 1008-1013). Trakai, Lithuania: Kaunas

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Jiří Kalenský and Alfonz Antoni

] Naumov, V. & Kholeva, O. (2017). Studying Demand for Freight Forwarding Services in Ukraine on the Base of Logistics Portals Data. In 10th International Scientific Conference on Transportation Science and Technology (Transbaltica), Book Series: Procedia Engineering, Vol. 187, 04-05 May 2017. (pp. 317-323), Vilnius, Lithuania. DOI: 10.1016/j.proeng.2017.04.381. [4] Chen, Y.G., Yu, J., Yang, S.Q. & Wei, J.E. (2018). Consumer's intention to use self-service parcel delivery service in online retailing: An empirical study. Internet Research, 28(2), 500

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Borna Abramovic, Vladislav Zitricky and Pavol Mesko

References [1] European strategies. (2011). White paper 2011 - Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area – Towards a competitive and resource efficient transport system, from https://ec.europa.eu/transport/themes/strategies/2011_white_paper_en . [2] Černá, L. & Mašek, J. (2015). The proposal the methodology of the supply chain management in transport and logistic company. Transport means 2015: proceedings of the 19th international scientific conference, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania. ISSN 1822-296X. [3] Nedeliakova, E., Sekulova

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Virginija Grybaitė and Jelena Stankevičienė

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Information and communication technologies enable the emergence of a new phenomenon called the “sharing economy”. An increasing number of articles in the media as well as debates about the positive and negative aspects of the sharing economy show a growing interest in the subject. The paper aims to review the different approaches to the definition of the sharing economy and to present the authors’ views on the concept. The reviewed literature reveals the main drivers for participating in the sharing economy. A survey was conducted to learn more about the motives of Lithuanian people participating in this concept. The survey reveals the following leading factors of using the sharing economy platforms: an easy way to make extra money; supporting individuals and/or small/independent companies; meeting new people and having an interesting experience/doing something most people haven’t tried yet. The survey also reveals that most of the respondents prefer to own things rather than share them. Despite the widespread popularity of the sharing economy platforms in the world, this phenomenon is in its infancy in Lithuania.