Foreward. Editorial. Introduction to information systems in logistics and transportation (B. Tilanus). Research Directions. Managing sustainable mobility: a conceptual framework (L. Sjostedt). Information technology and distribution strategy (A. Dubois, L-E. Gadde). Interoganizational logistics flexibility in marketing channels (A. Jensen). Quantifying transport quality in line-based road traffic (J. Hellgren, K. Lumsden). Reliability in supply-chains and the use of information technology: a geographical view (A. Larsson). A framework efficiency model for goods transportation: with an application to regional breakbulk distribution (A. Samuelsson, B. Tilanus). Information flows along integrated transport chains (J. Woxenius). Information as a value adder for the transport user (R. Polewa et al.). Information flows in logistics channels (T. Kanflo). Using DEA for decision support at combined transport terminals (S. Sjogren). Principles for the choice between routine maintenance and premaintenance in a network of public roads (G. Bergendahl et al.). Infrastructure integration and urban restructuring: a case for planning with a geographic information system (A. Forsstrom). Perspectives from Practice. Transport and logistic systems from Volvo's view (R. Svensson). SKF's European transport network: a case study (H. Lindeberg). Advanced logistics in Europe: the case of BTL group (B. Irestahl, T. Kanflo). Channel concept in a consolidation network (O. Hultkrantz et al.). Tracking and tracing at an international haulier: where are we now, and where do our customers want us to go? (G. Hoek, K. Hogberg). Harbour operations in a roll-on-roll-off service industry (C.-J. Lonntorp). Fully automatic scheduling methods (D. Wedelin). Optimisation of a generic multi-node transportation and information network (S. Andersson et al.). About the authors. Index of Keywords.