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Urban freight: trends and solutions

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Urban freight: trends and solutions

  1. 1. Urban freight: 15-20% of traffic in cities Walther Ploos van Amstel Lector Citylogistiek – September 2017 Hogeschool van Amsterdam
  2. 2. Problems?
  3. 3. Solutions? • Changing customer demands • Facts • Solutions • The Amsterdam approach • Smart mobility • Take away’s
  4. 4. Growing urban freight: precision-guide logistics
  5. 5. Leading to strong growth of urban freight movements: 80% is LCV • Public space • Emissions • Congestion • Noise • Safety
  6. 6. In freight: 35% CO2 related to city logistics
  7. 7. Recent Dutch data: 0,16% e-mobility
  8. 8. Research: Amsterdam Oude Pijp area • 800 x 800 meters • 15.000 residents • 1.000 companies • 2.000 shipments • 1.000 trucks/LCV’s • HoReCa, construction, retail, waste and parcel
  9. 9. Address intelligence
  10. 10. Robotisation in the supply chain
  11. 11. Clean air zones
  12. 12. Zero emission transport modes
  13. 13. Smarter planning
  14. 14. City hubs: PPP
  15. 15. Sense and respond
  16. 16. Safety: vision zero
  17. 17. Last mile solutions
  18. 18. Solutions: integrated approach Technology Logistics Policy/ community
  19. 19. Strategy Results Network Planning and control ICT Organisation National and EU policies Local policies INFRASTRUCTURE
  20. 20. Slow versus personalised 20 ‘Slow mobility’ Bundling Ecocombi/Synchro Platoons Push Open data ‘Personalised mobility’ Value of time Clean Safe Pull Open data
  21. 21. Strategy Results Network Planning and control ICT Organisation National and EU policies Local policies Infrastructure Collaborative control
  22. 22. Strategy Results Network Planning and control ICT Organisation National and EU policies Local policies Infrastructure Collaborative control Social innovation
  23. 23. Social innovation: creating value of time together • Strategic collaboration: shippers, transporters, truck and trailer builders and government • Planner 2.0: align planning operational and tactical • The truck driver of the future • Experiment: train as you fight…
  24. 24. Citylogistics Amsterdam • Pedestrians and bicyclist first • Large volumes: construction logistics • Collaboration in deliveries and waste • Public procurement • Light electric vehicles • Dynamic allocation of loading zones • Local traffic data
  25. 25. Collaboration public-private
  26. 26. Practice what you preach
  27. 27. Urban mobility from… • Push to pull: customers in control • Unimodal to synchromodal • Fossil to alternative fuel • Ownership to sharing • Closed data to open data • Physical links to Internet Of Things • Centralised to distributed planning • Forecast ETA to real time info • Blind to clairvoyant • From private to public private
  28. 28. What’s wrong with this picture?
  29. 29. Take away’s

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