A new online planning tool has been designed to help local councils explore sustainable urban freight scenarios for their city centres. Smart City Logistics uses geographic information system technology to create an open source platform mapping a range of data including access restrictions, loading and unloading facilities, population, land use and carbon emissions. It was developed as part of the Last Mile Logistics (LaMiLo) project by the Luxembourg Institute for Science and Technology with an aim to provide information to […]
Both DPD UK and UPS (via Cross River Partnership) provided delegates at Freight in the City 2018 with more details on their respective electric-powered urban distribution operations in the capital.
Dennis Eagle previewed a fully electric bin lorry at the IFTA exhibition in Munich this week, created for zero-emission, low-noise urban refuse collection.
DHL has launched its gas-powered quiet truck at the inaugral Quiet Cities global summit.