Friday, October 21st, 2022
We invite ALICE and POLIS members to join the webinar to discuss how to make logistics for urban construction sites more sustainable.
Why are we talking about logistics for construction sites?
Research into Urban Freight Transport has paid attentions to urban freight transport activities generated by market segments such as food, retail, or home deliveries. As cities are continuously growing – it is estimated by UN DES that by 2050, 68% of the world population will live in urban areas. Significant investment in construction of new buildings and refurbishment of old buildings will be essential. However, relatively little attention has been paid to the transport of goods to and from construction sites in urban areas even though transport of construction materials represents up to 30% of freight movements in cities and even more in terms of pollutant emissions according to a recent research.
To reduce negative impacts of urban construction sites, efforts into better transport and traffic planning around a construction sites to manage freight flows are needed. City authorities can proactively manage the process during the planning phase of a urban construction project. A collaborative approach to consolidate construction materials presents potential benefits to construction companies and public authorities by reducing traffic flow and cost.
This webinar aims to:
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