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Katariina Koistinen, Ville Uusitalo and Anna Huostila

, 30(4), 211-220. DOI: 10.1108/09590550210423681 4. San-Martín, S., Prodanova J. & Jiménez, N. (2015). The impact of age in the generation of satisfaction and WOM in mobile shopping. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 23, 1-8. DOI: 10.1016/j.jretconser.2014.11.001 5. Björklund, M., Forslund, H. & Isaksson, M. (2016). Exploring logistics-related environmental sustainability in large retailers. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, 44(1), 38-57. DOI: 10.1108/IJRDM-05-2015-0071 6. Kolk, A

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Eftihia Nathanail, Lambros Mitropoulos, Ioannis Karakikes and Giannis Adamos

. Transport. Res E-Log . 46(4), 496–506. 8. Russo, F. and Comi, A. (2012). City characteristics and urban goods movements: A way to environmental transportation system in a sustainable city. Procd. Soc. Behv . 39, 61–73. DOI: 9. European Commission. (2011). White paper - Roadmap to a single European transport area – Towards a competitive and resource efficient transport system . European Commission, COM, 144 final. Brussels, Belgium. 10. Taniguchi, E. Thompson, R. and Yamada, T. (2003). Visions for city logistics

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Dimitrios Paraskevadakis, Alan Bury, Jin Wang, Jun Ren, Stephen Bonsall and Ian Jenkinson

., Paraskevadakis D., Wang J., Ren J., Bonsall S., (2014), Workshops report for Significant Transport Infrastructure and its impact on the Sustainable Development, EU project Weastflows Technical Report 2.5, Liverpool John Moores University, UK. 5. Day, R.H. and Zou, G. (1994) Infrastructure, restricted factor substitution and economic growth. Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization , Vol.23, pp. 149–166. 6. Rees, J. (2005) Trans-European networks: EU Infrastructure proposals Research in Transportation Economics, Vol.15, pp.67-73. 7. Paraskevadakis D

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Daria Meyr

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Halina Brdulak and Anna Brdulak


The aim of this paper is to show the spectrum of problems associated with the growing importance of cities in the context of rapidly occurring processes of urbanization. Therefore the following issues are included: the concept of smart cities, which are a combination of the intelligent use of information systems allowing for active management of the various areas of urban activity with the potential of institutions, companies and the active involvement and creative people; transport problems and the use of new technologies. Particular attention will be given to both, the issue of transport congestion as the strongest factor affecting the quality of life of residents and to the role of social capital in the creation of sustainable development. To exemplify the result of the cooperation between southern Polish communities there will be presented a case of the introducing process of the Silesian Card of Public Services with a wide range of its functionality.

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Ákos Mojzes, Barnabás Tóth and Péter Csavajda

foam for protective packaging applications, Journal of Packaging Technology and Science Volume 20, Issue 6, 413-419, November/December 2007 8. Mojzes, Á, Böröcz, P. (2011): Possible method to define cushion characteristic on new type of environmental friendly foam, In: H Bartolo (editor), SIM 2011 Proceedings of Sustainable Intelligent Manufacturing, Lisbon: IST Press, 2011. 525-532. 9. Kumar, S., Gupta, S.K. (2012): Applications of Biodegradable Pharmaceutical Packaging Materials: A Review. Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research

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Oluwaseyi Joseph Afolabi and Kolawole Taofeek Gbadamosi

-modal Transportation System. The Future of Sustainable Transport: A paper presented at National Conference on Transport Development. Sheraton Hotels and Towers. Abuja. 5. Bassey, J.O. (2000). Public Transport in Uyo. The use of motorcycle mode: Unpublished M.Sc transport studies Dissertation, Centre for transport studies, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria. 6. Bawa-Allah, T.O. (1997). Lagos transportation overview. Public transportation in Nigeria: Editorial Production Consultant, Abeokuta Ogun State. 7. Gbadamosi, K.T. (2006

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Nina Labus and Brigita Gajšek

., Persona, A. & Sgarbossa, F. (2014). A sustainable EOQ model: theoretical formulation and applications. International Journal of Production Economics 149, 145-153. DOI: . Bokranz, R. & Landau, K. (2006). Produktivitätsmanagement von Arbeitssystemen . MTM-Handbook. Stuttgart: Schäffer-Poeschel. Christmanssona, M., Medbob, L., Hanssonc, G.A, Ohlssonc, K., Unge Bystromc, J., Mollerd, T. & Forsman, M. (2002). A case study of a principally new way of materials kitting—an evaluation of time consumption and physical

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Klemen Prah, Abolfazl Keshavarzsaleh, Tomaž Kramberger, Borut Jereb and Dejan Dragan

&Transportation, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 265-278, 2012. [8] D. Dragan, T. Kramberger, A. Lisec, M. Intihar, and K. Prah, “Using GIS for the Optimization of Pupils Transportation: The Case of Laško Municipality,” Logistics & sustainable transport, vol. 2, pp. 35-51, 2011. [9] T. Kramberger, D. Dragan, and K. Prah, “A heuristic approach to reduce carbon dioxide emissions,” Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Transport, vol. 167, no. 5, pp. 296-305, 2014. [10] D. Dragan, T. Kramberger, and K. Prah, “Transport Optimization and Estimation of Reduced CO2