To achieve the transition from diesel to zero-emission city logistics companies should prepare smartly on five levels. These levels require new scientific insights. Therefore Sustainability is preparing a special edition on zero-emission city logistics. Guest editor is prof. dr. Walther Ploos van Amstel.
From September 2019 up to and including January 2020, students of Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences provided the last mile for HoReCa establishments in the inner city of Rotterdam and Schiedam under the name HR Cargo for logistics service provider Nedcargo. The results of a first pilot in 2018 led to an expansion of HR …
ICCLFT 2021: 15. International Conference on City Logistics and Freight Transport Feb 7-8, 2021 in Amsterdam (NL)
ICCLFT 2021, the 15. International Conference on City Logistics and Freight Transport aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of City Logistics and Freight Transport.
It is an inspiring dream image of the future, but also a vision that is slowly turning into reality. The use of human-powered vehicles in urban distribution is increasing, but how should we adapt the city to accommodate these newcomers?
It’s the 1 mln dollar question: are cargo bike network for city logistics really more expensive? Antwerps (B) researcher Jochen Maes, says yes. A new simulation study by the same Antwerps University, based on different delivery scenarios for certain areas, presents new perspectives by taking a more holistic approach.
DenCity is a collaborative project that aims to find innovative solutions and services to reduce congestion, environmental impact and enhance the quality of life for those living and working in densely populated urban districts. The project is led by the Swedish arena for collaboration within transport efficiency, CLOSER, at Lindholmen Science Park.