Back to Top

European Commission Study on urban logistics - "The Integrated Perspective" - available

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: Friday, November 9, 2018 - 16:31

Earlier this year, the European Commission released a study with the objective of developing guidance on six different aspects of urban logistics.

Titled the "The Integrated Perspective", its main target group is local and regional administrations.

Each topic includes one non-binding guidance document and one technical report . The final report "The integrated perspective" combines all non-binding guidance documents together and comprise all recommendations. The six topics investigated are:

  1. The use of information and communication technologies;
  2. Treatment of logistics activities in Urban Vehicle Access Regulation Schemes;
  3. Engagement of stakeholders when implementing urban freight logistics policies;
  4. Logistics schemes for e-commerce;
  5. The use of environmentally friendly freight vehicles;
  6. Indicators and data collection methods on urban freight distribution.

To download all documents as a zip file, click here.

To find all European Commission studies on clean, urban transport, click here.

News Search

Latest Events

20/02/2019
Analysing the mobility situation and developing scenarios of possible future mobility situations...
12/03/2019
The first thematic webinar from CIVITAS ECCENTRIC is coming! Taking place on Tuesday 12 March 2019,...
03/04/2019 to 05/04/2019
A three-day trip to the largest city in western Germany will take place from 3-5 April 2019. It will...
08/05/2019 to 10/05/2019
Antwerp's main transport aims are to integrate its port into the city's transport network, improve i...
08/05/2019 to 10/05/2019
Do you want to know more on (e-)public transport, explore how to better connect with neighbourhoods,...