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the side of a sidewalk that is bordered by a curb

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The proposed mesoscopic model uses a Cellular Auto-mata (CA) approach to track individual vehicles at the curbside where detailed vehicle movements are of interest while traffic dynamics everywhere else are represented as aggregate functions.
Section 2 provides a review of previous studies on airport curbside management, simulation, and relevant applications of CA models.
The following literature review focuses on airport curbside management, curbside simulation, and CA models.
[11] identify the key issues affecting airport ground access, such as varying requirements for different groundside users, environmental issues such as curbside idling, and increased demand with the rise of low cost carriers.
Bender and Chang [15] use discrete event simulation modelling for the McCarran International Airport curbside. The model uses both aggregate behavior and distributions of population behavior to simulate the curbside.
The report analysis shows that if single-stream methods were implemented universally across all curbside collection, assuming the quality differences per the 2002 R.W.
However, a caveat is that only a portion of their fiber is from curbside collected material.
Again, only a portion of their fiber is from curbside material.
Expressed on the basis of curbside recovered fiber, the impact is estimated to be between $5 and $13 per ton of recovered fiber for newsprint and recycled board produced, respectively, averaging about $8 per ton.
Remembering that producers can use a mixture of curbside material within their process, the estimated cost impact of single stream over dual stream is between 6 percent to 18 percent of the purchased fiber cost, averaging 11 percent.
And still the supply of recycle increases as new curbside programs and recycling plants start up (see PT, Oct.
* Landfilling and incineration of curbside plastics.
Starting about six months ago, waste haulers say, low-value curbside materials like commingled bales of bottles and film began quietly disappearing into landfills.
* In Pennsylvania: Curbside recycling is mandatory for communities with over 5000 people, and Philadelphia recycled 1.6 million lb of natural HDPE last year, along with 400,000 lb of colored HDPE and 1.2 million lb of PET.
* In New York State: Some 400,000 lb of curbside mixed plastics were incinerated in November and December at a cost of $100/ton, after being stored and brokered several times because it couldn't be disposed of any other way, say recyclers involved.