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Ambrosino freight TCS2015

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Ambrosino freight TCS2015

  1. 1. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 Sustainable Urban Logistics Plan (SULP) for European Towns: The ENCLOSE project Giorgio Ambrosino ENCLOSE Project Manager MemEx General Manager Logical Town Association TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 “Balancing Freight and Livable Communities” Panel Tuesday, September 15 at Portland State University
  2. 2. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 - Integration of land use and transport planning (TOD approach), - Actions towards public transport priority, green and soft modalities, and city logistics cooperation among modalities, - Improve fuel and vehicle technologies towards e-mobility WHITE PAPER (2011) URBAN MOBILITY PACKAGE (2013) SUMP (2011-2014) Freight distribution is a key element of Sustainable Urban Mobility Emerging trends in Urban Mobility PolicyEmerging trends in Urban Mobility Policy Planning for the people EU Strategies Best Practices in Towns/Urban Areas
  3. 3. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 URBAN MOBILITY POLICY AT EUROPEAN LEVEL - Ten Goals for a competitive and resource efficient transport, including …two specifically focused on urban area. - “Halve the use of ‘conventionally-fuelled’ vehicles in urban transport by 2030, phase them out by 2050 “ - “Achieve essentially CO2-free city logistics by 2030 – in major urban centres » Transition from a car based mobility to a mobility based on walking, cycling and high quality public transport and sustainable solutions for the freight distribution in urban areas Too Ambitious ? EC provides support, frameworks, tools and founding projects like ENCLOSE under the IEE Programme
  4. 4. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 UrbanUrban MobilityMobility GovernanceGovernance:: mainmain AxesAxes ofof InterventionIntervention • Systems and ICT infrastructures • Qualification and differentiation of PT services (BRT-BHLS, Flexible transport, Feeder etc.) • Urban logistics services (last mile distribution, UCC, etc.) • Integration of different modalities and services interoperability • Green complementary Measures (bike sharing-station, vans sharing, car sharing, etc.) MIXED SOLUTIONS by TECHNOLOGIES and INFRASTRUCTURES … but also ORGANIZATION/OPERATION and NORMATIVE
  5. 5. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 CityCity LogisticsLogistics inin UrbanUrban AreasAreas – Responsible of quarter of overall pollution – A key element of the whole Urban Mobility System – Organized and operated by private companies – Regulated/influenced by public authorities – Several types of schemes, services, business models – Impacts on living and business conditions – Need for efficient solutions integrated in the SUMP
  6. 6. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 Freight Distribution in Small and Medium (Freight Distribution in Small and Medium (Historic)TownsHistoric)Towns MoreMore complex due to:complex due to: • City environment old road infrastructure, narrow streets, etc. • more strict access regulations • presence of heritage and historic assets • higher risks for pedestrian safety …… with higher impactswith higher impacts (pollution, emissions, etc.) and higher costs of logistics operationand higher costs of logistics operation 21 cities with more than 1 million inhabitants 180 cities with more than 200.000 inhabitants and less 1 Ml 1364 cities between 40.000 and 200.000 inhabitants
  7. 7. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 WHITE PAPERWHITE PAPER and Cityand City LogisticsLogistics • optimizing urban logistics efficiency (economic, environment, …) • improving the links between long-distance, inter-urban and urban freight transport • incorporating freight transport in local mobility policy by the development of “Sustainable Urban Logistics Plans … in any case solutions based on the experience of big towns and refer to one model ! ““Achieve essentially CO2Achieve essentially CO2--free city logistics by 2030free city logistics by 2030” Actions: Best Practice exchange, R&D, Funding, Guidelines
  8. 8. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 IEEIEE--ENCLOSE ProjectENCLOSE Project ENergyENergy efficiency in Cityefficiency in City LOgisticsLOgistics Services forServices for Small and MidSmall and Mid--sized European Historic Townssized European Historic Towns ((SMHTsSMHTs)) Lucca, Trondheim, s’Hertogenbosch, Burgos, Almada, Dundee, AlbaIulia, Serres, Balchik • Starting date: May 2012 • Project End: February 2015 • Project Coordinator: MemEx (Italy) • 16 partners from 13 EU Countries including 9 Towns
  9. 9. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 MainMain SpecificSpecific ResultsResults Implementation and operation of Pilot Services in Lucca,Trondheim and s’Hertogenbosch; Soft measures Burgos, Almada, Dundee, AlbaIulia, Serres, Balchik Development of Feasibility Study in 6 Follower Towns FEV requirements for Urban Logistics services Sustainable Urban Logistic Plans in 9 ENCLOSE towns by Knowledge and experiences exchanges and training courses Common SULP development methodology/guidelines Promotion and Communication ENCLOSE methodology Point of view of City and Public Authorities
  10. 10. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 ENCLOSEENCLOSE PilotPilot servicesservices inin ForerunnersForerunners TownsTowns TrondheimTrondheim ss--HertogenboschHertogenbosch LuccaLucca
  11. 11. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 Last Mile and Cross Docking Services Municipality Initiative: top down approach City Access RulesCity Access Rules push thepush the transshipment,transshipment, consolidation,consolidation, cooperation,cooperation, …… Long Range Transport Operators LuccaPortLuccaPort:: UrbanUrban ConsolidationConsolidation CenterCenter Special transport operators
  12. 12. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 ENCLOSE Pilots in TrondheimENCLOSE Pilots in Trondheim and sand s--HertogenboschHertogenbosch 168.000 inh. - Parcel distribution by electric vans - Pallets distribution -- Consolidation Center 140.000 inh - Delivery by clean vehicles - UCC-ECO2CITY service - Low Emission Zone Towards a Zero Emission Postal Distribution Transport operator/ Shopkeepers cooperation agreement
  13. 13. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 AddedAdded ValueValue ServicesServices, i.e.:, i.e.: - Third party warehousing with on-demand delivery - Direct storage from Suppliers - Park&buy - Packaging collection (reverse logistics) - Hotel baggage delivery for tourist bus - Specific solution for “self supply” - Special urban quick deliveries - Out of hours deliveries HowHow UCCUCC couldcould survivesurvive ?? NotNot onlyonly ““lastlast milemile”” deliverydelivery servicesservices …… delivery service extension todelivery service extension to the urban surroundingsthe urban surroundings
  14. 14. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 Common problemsCommon problems …… BURGOS (ES) SERRES (GR) ALBAIULIA (RO) DUNDEE (UK) ALMADA (PT)
  15. 15. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 Soft Measures inSoft Measures in AlmadaAlmada •• New Loading & unloading regulationNew Loading & unloading regulation and access time windowsand access time windows •• Enhance enforcement control of theEnhance enforcement control of the vans parkingvans parking •• Electric trolley services from depot toElectric trolley services from depot to marketmarket
  16. 16. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 Soft Measures in BurgosSoft Measures in Burgos •• New regulation (space and timing)New regulation (space and timing) for the historical centre accessfor the historical centre access •• Card System forCard System for ““self supplyself supply”” ofof shop keepers and hostelry ownersshop keepers and hostelry owners (base for innovative van sharing(base for innovative van sharing service/system)service/system)
  17. 17. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 ““SoftSoft”” Measures in the other ENCLOSE follower townsMeasures in the other ENCLOSE follower towns Regulation by time window and space Restriction of the van access during the summer season Balchik Electric Vehicles as replacements for existing Municipality fleets Increase the enforcement levels on loading bays Dundee Improving the visibility of (un) loading areas. Awareness campaigns to the shops, operators and general users Serres Awareness Raising Campaign to shops and transport operators Regulation by time windows, restrictions, penalties, etc. Alba Iulia Soft measures
  18. 18. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 Policy andPolicy and supportsupport •• DevelopmentDevelopment ofof specificspecific mobilitymobility actionaction •• CityCity distributiondistribution planplan •• QualityQuality certificatescertificates // permitspermits schemesschemes •• RealizationRealization specificspecific infrastructureinfrastructure (UCC,(UCC, sharingsharing platformplatform)) •• CooperationCooperation PPP (e.g. UCCPPP (e.g. UCC operationoperation,, ……)) •• UseUse incentivesincentives forfor e.g.e.g. FEVsFEVs,, PHEVsPHEVs Key role of City AdministrationKey role of City Administration Towards Sustainable Urban Logistics Plan MeasureMeasure // RegulationsRegulations •• AccessAccess restrictionrestriction rulesrules ((e.g. in relation to type ofe.g. in relation to type of goods/days/times, Limited Traffic Zones,goods/days/times, Limited Traffic Zones, Environmental Zones, etc.)Environmental Zones, etc.) •• Enforcement scheme and activitiesEnforcement scheme and activities •• Access Control SystemsAccess Control Systems •• Specific incentives/rules forSpecific incentives/rules for ““green vehiclesgreen vehicles””
  19. 19. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 SULP conceptSULP concept All the 9 ENCLOSE townsAll the 9 ENCLOSE towns developed the SULP as partdeveloped the SULP as part of their SUMP or as startingof their SUMP or as starting point for SUMP developmentpoint for SUMP development SULP as key part of SUMPSULP as key part of SUMP devoted to city logisticsdevoted to city logistics A specific Plan for designing solutions within midA specific Plan for designing solutions within mid--termterm horizon and managing urban freight processeshorizon and managing urban freight processes SULP methodology was defined following the SUMP approachSULP methodology was defined following the SUMP approach Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan
  20. 20. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 SULP planning and implementingSULP planning and implementing ENCLOSE provide a practical methodology supporting CityENCLOSE provide a practical methodology supporting City stakeholders in the development of SULPstakeholders in the development of SULP Working on:Working on: -- Institutional levelInstitutional level -- Political levelPolitical level -- Operation/Organization levelOperation/Organization level -- Infrastructures/ITS levelInfrastructures/ITS level -- Economic/Business levelEconomic/Business level with awith a bottombottom--up andup and participatory approachparticipatory approach SULP is based on an effectiveSULP is based on an effective Feasibility StudyFeasibility Study
  21. 21. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 SULP methodology structureSULP methodology structure
  22. 22. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 ““SULPSULP”” Guidelines supporting Local AuthorityGuidelines supporting Local Authority CONTENTSCONTENTS 1. Purpose of the SULP guidelines1. Purpose of the SULP guidelines 2. Introduction2. Introduction 3. Urban Mobility Governance3. Urban Mobility Governance 4. City Logistics in European SMHT4. City Logistics in European SMHT 5. Sustainable Urban Logistics Plan (SULP)5. Sustainable Urban Logistics Plan (SULP) 6. Logistics services: needs, challenges and6. Logistics services: needs, challenges and benefitsbenefits 7.7. "Soft & Hard" measures reference context"Soft & Hard" measures reference context 8.8. Methodology ElementsMethodology Elements 9.9. SULP Integrated with SUMPSULP Integrated with SUMP
  23. 23. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 The SULP 11 elementsThe SULP 11 elements E0E0 -- Setting the objective and targetSetting the objective and target E1E1 -- Urban mobility scenario and prioritiesUrban mobility scenario and priorities E2E2 -- Analyze the logistics context and processesAnalyze the logistics context and processes E3E3 -- Setting requirements and logistics baselineSetting requirements and logistics baseline E4E4 -- Suitable measures and services vs.Suitable measures and services vs. reqmtsreqmts E5E5 -- Design of Identified solutionsDesign of Identified solutions E6E6 -- Business Model, actor role and responsibilityBusiness Model, actor role and responsibility E7E7 -- Services/Solutions Assessment and ImpactsServices/Solutions Assessment and Impacts E8E8 –– Responsibilities, implementing planResponsibilities, implementing plan E9E9 -- Promotion and Communication PlanPromotion and Communication Plan E10E10 -- Roadmap to adopt the SULPRoadmap to adopt the SULP
  24. 24. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 Single element descriptionSingle element description -- RationaleRationale -- Tasks and timingsTasks and timings -- MethodsMethods Each ELEMENT is described in terms ofEach ELEMENT is described in terms of -- Boxes: examples coming from the work carriedBoxes: examples coming from the work carried--out in the 9 partnerout in the 9 partner towns for the implementation of theirtowns for the implementation of their SULPsSULPs Details of ElementsDetails of Elements
  25. 25. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 E2: Analyze the logistics context and processesE2: Analyze the logistics context and processes
  26. 26. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 SULP key practical observations:SULP key practical observations: SULP implementation can be a gradual process dependingSULP implementation can be a gradual process depending on the needs and characteristics of the townon the needs and characteristics of the town SULP canSULP can’’t require to implement advanced systems ort require to implement advanced systems or heavy infrastructures or making great investmentsheavy infrastructures or making great investments SULP can take advantage on what is already available inSULP can take advantage on what is already available in terms of depots, operators, technologies, regulations, etc.terms of depots, operators, technologies, regulations, etc. SULP shall, first of all, to act on the city regulation andSULP shall, first of all, to act on the city regulation and incentives for the adoption of clean vehiclesincentives for the adoption of clean vehicles SULP should create a forum among the differentSULP should create a forum among the different social/economic actors and with the other Authority levelsocial/economic actors and with the other Authority level KEEP IT SIMPLE !!!KEEP IT SIMPLE !!!
  27. 27. TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2015 ENCLOSE websiteENCLOSE website -- www.enclose.euwww.enclose.eu giorgio.ambrosino@memexitaly.it Download from www.memexitaly.it SOON !SOON ! PORTFOLIO WITH THEPORTFOLIO WITH THE SULP OFSULP OF THE 9 ENCLOSE TOWNSTHE 9 ENCLOSE TOWNS

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