Spreading Food Trucks

June 05, 2013

Research by Simon Fraser University mathematics students studying the conflict between downtown Vancouver restaurants and popular food trucks suggests the mobile vendors are located too closely together.

The case study concluded that food trucks, particularly similar ones, should be located a few blocks apart from each other – within walking distance – instead of being cluttered around Robson Square.

Also, Denman Street is one location the student researchers recommended that the city should consider as a new home for food trucks..........

 

Student study suggests spreading city food trucks: Research by Simon Fraser University mathemat ics students studying the conflict between downtown Vancouver restaurants and popular food trucks suggests the mobile vendors are located too closely together. To view the full article from the SFU website click on the following link:http://www.sfu.ca/pamr/media-releases/2013/student-study-suggests-spreading-city-food-trucks.html. To view the article in News1130 click on the following link:http://www.news1130.com/2013/06/05/food-trucks-would-profit-from-a-bit-of-distance-sfu-study/