Publications - 11/23/2016
Cities must take ownership of urban logistics. But how? What are the existing interactions between our changing ways of living, consuming and producing, and the way these goods and inputs are supplied, stored and dispatched within the city? How is this impacting the nature, the design, the usage or the sizing of urban infrastructures and spaces – whether public or private? How can we better structure and optimize the flows of goods and inputs, as well as the flows of people in a constrained space such as the city?