Increasing resilience in our cities means making sure that our cities can deal with unforeseen circumstances. In the case of transport systems, we need to find ways to equip them with tools to face future crises that might arise from climate change, geopolitical tensions or other disruptions.
Planning the unplannable and dealing with uncertainties must become a key focus of decision-making processes, together with new adaptive planning methods that allow cities to promptly respond and re-adapt to mutating circumstances.
In this workshop hosted by CIVITAS project ULaaDs, participants will explore how cities are dealing with uncertainties in the context of Sustainable Urban Logistics Planning (SULP) and how they can make urban logistics more resilient.
INPUT NEEDED: Organisers need your insights to make this workshop as interactive as possible. A short survey has been created to collect your input ahead of the workshop, and the results will be presented and discussed on the 9th of June. Click here to fill in the survey.
Register HERE for the workshop!