Urban freight/city logistics

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City logistics comprise the delivery and collection of goods in urban areas. Improving city logistics may address transportation methods, handling and storage of goods, management of inventory, waste and returns, as well as home delivery services.

Making this process sustainable requires efficient interfaces between long-haul transport and short-distance distribution to the final destination. It also requires efficient planning of the routes to avoid empty runs or unnecessary driving and parking. Furthermore, sustainable urban freight requires smaller, more efficient and cleaner vehicles.

By Claus Köllinger / Updated: 02 May 2023
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The International Mobility Summit

Get inspired, meet industry peers, connect with future clients and partners. Join innovators, dreamers, and policy makers and meet the shapeshifters changing the way we move goods and people!

Now in its seventh year, The International Mobility Summit, taking place on 9-10 October 2024, will once again bring together the global mobility, transport and smart city ecosystem, thought leaders, disruptors, innovators, investors, and policy makers, to shape and plan mobility for our future cities.

Our mission?

By ikeseru / Updated: 21 Oct 2022
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World Conference on Transport Research 2023

The World Conference on Transport Research (WCTR) organised by the World Conference on Transport Research Society will take place in Montreal, Canada 17-21 July 2023.

The conference aims to bring together experts in all areas of transport research from all parts of the world and stimulate the exchange of ideas in the field of transport policy and practice. The conference will cover the following topic areas (Special Interest Groups, or SIGs):

A: Transport Modes – General