Consolidation Centres Can Improve Air Quality in Towns and Cities 17/7/18
Project formally ends (30/4/18)
Final conference reported in Newsletter #6 30/4/18
Transferability leaflet 30/4/18
Observatory brochure updated 19/4/18
Living lab handbook 18/4/18
Final conference, 23/24 April, Brussels
Oslo video 5/4/18
Poste Italiane video 27/3/18
Future Public Sector Logistics Consolidation 23/2/18
Mobility is a Serious Game! 23/1/18
Newsletter #5 issued 20/12/17
Brussels-Mobility freight video 18/12/17
Brussels-Capital SUMP award 18/12/17
Implementation posters 8/11/17
Citylab event in Rome 20/10/17
METRANS UF Conference presentations 17/10/17
Citylab at the Civitas Forum 27/9/17
Living lab updates 27/9/17
CiTTi conference article 13/10/17
Living lab animation 25/9/17
Instant deliveries presentation 30/8/17
Consolidation and EV presentation 22/6/17
Newsletter #4 issued 31/5/17
Freight observatory findings 17/5/17
Right on time! presentation 9/4/17
Freight in the City presentations 1/3/17
Implementation dashboards now live 28/2/17
European Review of Regional Logistics (including feature on Citylab) 20/12/16
CITYLAB TRANSFER CITIES and REGIONS GROUP|
CityLab is promoting interaction with other cities and regions with a high interest and priority in developing innovative urban freight distribution strategies.
This group comprises nine local authorities, selected among the larger CityLab Followers group, interested in the adoption of the Living Lab approach
and in the replication of the implementations tested in the CityLab sites.
Each Transfer City selected a local industry partner, to be actively involved with in the project.
They will benefit from a specific budget dedicated to the implementation of transfer activities including training, technical visits, interactive workshops and transferability analyses.
The first 3 Transfer Cities involved were Budapest, Madrid and Greater Manchester (see workshop report).