A major milestone for on-demand urban logistics was reached this week with the launch of the EU project ULaaDS (Urban Logistics as an on-Demand Service).
Coordinated by the City of Bremen, ULaaDS was launched across a two-day digital kick-off meeting (8 - 9 September 2020) with contributions from leading players in the urban logistics world – including the European Commission, the European Cycle Logistics Federation, and ALICE.
Register now for a dedicated Eltis Training Session focused on “Planning for vulnerable to exclusion user groups: how to make your SUMP more inclusive for all” which will take place on 02 October from 10.00 to 12.00 am. You will need to register for the UMD conference in advance to be able to attend the training (details enclosed).
It is crucial to regain passengers' trust in public transport as it offers accessible, affordable and sustainable mobility. Early studies have not been able to link any COVID-19 clusters to short-term public transport use.