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Autohof Pilsting

Bavaria, Germany (2013)

Scheme design of a Truck Stop and Transport Café to service a proposed industrial park near Pilsting, Bavaria The truck stop is located in half a km distance from the Autobahn A92 between Munich and the German/ Czech border. The scheme design combines services, accommodation and catering for automobile and lorry drivers. The scheme includes car wash facilities, a fast food franchise and trucker parking area with safety and monitoring installations. The access at the national highway B20 was designed and pylons for remote recognition of station and services have been proposed. The amount of impervious surfaces has been reduced to a minimum, and landscaping is applied for noise and visual buffer zones. New vegetation with endemic species shall compensate the environmental impact.

Truck stops in Germany and

their influence on logistics

The current logistic market in Europe, which has heavily shifted from waterways and railways to the roads is transforming the German highway network. The country is turning since its re unification into a very dense origin, destination and transit land. Newly updated safety regulations are making it necessary to intensify the density of lorry parking areas, in the German legislation referred to "Autohof", thus providing improved services, safety and supplies to national and transit drivers. In order to meet legal and environmental standards to fair investment costs, planners have to develop efficient solutions which combine infrastructure and service in compact, rational distributed layouts. There is a continuously growing demand for these service locations along the most important transit routes in Central Europe. Planning restrictions and environmental concerns make it difficult to find adequate locations and to obtain building warrants.

Flowchart supported design

Logistic Flowcharts contribute to the design of ideal flows and dedicated infrastructure in modern service stations. This flowchart was created to optimize the scheme design for the Pilsting service station.

3D Simulations

TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS
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Autohof Pilsting

Bavaria, Germany (2013)

Scheme design of a Truck Stop and Transport Café to service a proposed industrial park near Pilsting, Bavaria The truck stop is located in half a km distance from the Autobahn A92 between Munich and the German/ Czech border. The scheme design combines services, accommodation and catering for automobile and lorry drivers. The scheme includes car wash facilities, a fast food franchise and trucker parking area with safety and monitoring installations. The access at the national highway B20 was designed and pylons for remote recognition of station and services have been proposed. The amount of impervious surfaces has been reduced to a minimum, and landscaping is applied for noise and visual buffer zones. New vegetation with endemic species shall compensate the environmental impact.

Truck stops in Germany and

their influence on logistics

The current logistic market in Europe, which has heavily shifted from waterways and railways to the roads is transforming the German highway network. The country is turning since its re unification into a very dense origin, destination and transit land. Newly updated safety regulations are making it necessary to intensify the density of lorry parking areas, in the German legislation referred to "Autohof", thus providing improved services, safety and supplies to national and transit drivers. In order to meet legal and environmental standards to fair investment costs, planners have to develop efficient solutions which combine infrastructure and service in compact, rational distributed layouts. There is a continuously growing demand for these service locations along the most important transit routes in Central Europe. Planning restrictions and environmental concerns make it difficult to find adequate locations and to obtain building warrants.

Flowchart supported design

Logistic Flowcharts contribute to the design of ideal flows and dedicated infrastructure in modern service stations. This flowchart was created to optimize the scheme design for the Pilsting service station.

3D Simulations

TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS
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