Towards a clean safe and sustainable city logistics
…a new vehicle concept dedicated to urban freight delivery – clean safe efficient.
…a new city logistics system moving freight on smart routes and with best vehicle choice to the urban destination.
CityMove and CityLog – two projects are joining forces to develop new solutions for city logistics.
Tell us what you need!
We invite you to learn about our ideas and to share your experiences needs and visions! We want to know what you need and what you want us to develop!
- What kind of vehicles makes your urban freight operations smoother and more efficient?
- What kind of vehicles helps you to achieve your urban transport policy goals for smooth green and safe urban freight transport?
- How does a smooth urban logistic chain look like from your perspective?
Join the first CityMove and CityLog User Forum and help us shaping the future of urban logistics! The workshop is targeting local authorities freight operators and other interested stakeholders.
The meeting takes place in Brussels on 16 June 2010.
Detailed agenda: Final_agenda.pdf (471.1 KB).
To register please fill in and submit the following document by 9 June 2010: Registration_form.doc (476.5 KB)
More practical information here: Practical information.pdf (460.6 KB)
Want to know more?
If you want to be kept informed about progress and events of the two projects register to the CityMove and/or CityLog mailing list!
For CityMove please get in contact with Melanie Kloth POLIS
For CityLog please get in contact with Sébastien Mure ERTICO – ITS EUROPE
CityMove is developing an innovative vehicle for urban freight distribution: less emissions more safety for drivers and vulnerable road users more flexibility more efficiency for freight operators.
CityLog is working towards an integrated set of solutions for city logistics composed of logistic-oriented telematic services for optimised routing and mission management new vehicle solutions and innovative load units.
Projects co-funded by: European Commission DG Research
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Original Publication Date: Mon 26 Jul 2010