ULaaDS

The ULaaDS project will allow people and local businesses to easily use alternative modes of shopping and delivery by re-localising logistics activities and re-configuring freight flows.

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About the project

ULaaDS (Urban Logistics as an on-Demand Service) aims to accelerate the deployment of innovative, shared, zero-emission logistics, while addressing the impact of the on-demand economy.

It will use a combination of innovative technology solutions (vehicles, equipment & infrastructure), new schemes for horizontal collaboration (driven by the sharing economy) and policy measures as catalysts for systemic change in urban and peri-urban service infrastructure. It aims to support cities in the path of integrating sustainable and cooperative logistics systems into their SUMPs/SULPs.

The ULaaDS project will deliver a novel framework to support urban logistics planning, aligning industry, market and government needs - following an intensive multi-stakeholder collaboration process. This will create favourable conditions for the private sector to adopt sustainable principles for urban logistics, while enhancing cities’ adaptive capacity to respond to rapidly changing needs.

To materialise this vision, ULaaDS will create 5 new urban logistics business models and schemes (Containerised Last Mile, Marketplace for City Logistics, City-Wide UFT Platform, and Location, Infrastructure and Vehicle Capacity Sharing) within 3 “lighthouse” cities: Bremen, Mechelen, Groningen – plus 4 “satellite” cities: Alba Iulia, Bergen, Edinburgh, Rome - and assess their social, environmental and economic impact.

 

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September 2020 - August 2023

Project duration

24

Project partners

€ 3,149,515

Project funding

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Thematic areas


Clean & energy-efficient vehicles
  • Electric vehicles
  • Cleaner vehicles
  • Fuelling Infrastructure
  • Cleaner fleets
  • Cleaner fuels

Smart, Sustainable, Connected and Shared mobility

Demand & urban space management
  • Access restrictions and management
  • Road pricing
  • Parking management and pricing

Behavioural change & mobility management
  • Mobility marketing and awareness raising
  • Mobility Planning

Urban logistics
  • Distribution consolidation schemes
  • Fleet management
  • Urban freight transport plans

Integrated & inclusive planning
  • Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans - SUMP

Contacts

Amy McCready
Communications and Public Relations Officer

a.mccready [at] baxcompany.com

Karsten Hülsemann
Project Coordinator

karsten.huelsemann [at] umwelt.bremen.de

Arianna Americo
Replication, Upscaling & Dissemination

arianna.americo [at] eurocities.eu

Partners

Bremen City logo
ECOkoeriers Mechelen logo
Dropper logo
BPOST future lab logo
OVB Drenthe logo
ViaVan logo
Bax Company
TOI Logo
UPS logo
Bergen kommune logo
tblnr logo
University of Groningen logo
Fraunhofer IML
Miebach Consulting logo
Mobilita Roma logo
EUROCITIES logo
Stad Mechelen logo
Transport for Edinburgh logo
City of Groningen logo
Alba Ilulia logo
VIL logo
ADFC logo
Rytle logo
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covenantofmayors.eu
eltis
EPOMM
European Mobility Week
managenergy
Smart Cities Marketplace
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