The majority of European cities have grown around identifiable centres that are responsible for a relevant part of urban traffic from/to other urban areas and the hinterlands. That is why effective sustainable mobility policies need to be planned at a Functional Urban Area (FUA) level. Traffic restriction policies are an effective way to decarbonize urban areas, but should be accompanied by value-added services to reduce the disadvantages they produce and increase their acceptability for stakeholders and citizens.
The webinar "Developing an action plan for sustainable mobility at a functional urban area level. Last-mile logistics with electric vehicles in the city of Vicenza (Italy) in the frame of the SOLEZ project" is the 5th of a series of 6 organised by the Sustainable Integrated Multi-sector PLAnning (SIMPLA) project. It will be presented by Manuela Massi and Carlo Andriolo, from the Municipality of Vicenza, Italy, and will allow participants to learn how the city of Vicenza is successfully dealing with this issue by introducing innovative, low carbon last-mile logistics solutions.
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