KoMoDo expert presentation
KoMoDo expert presentation: EcoLogistics Community Peer City Exchange Understanding cycle logistics: Challenges, Solutions, and Trends
On the 30 June 2021 our colleague Christian Kaden is giving an expert presentation about "KoMoDo - Micro Consolidation Hub" at the EcoLogistics Communtiy Peer City Exchange of ICLEI. Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI) is a global network of more than 2,500 local and regional governments committed to sustainable urban development.
Logistics is key to the supply and disposal of our cities. However, cities around the world are facing environmental and social issues in urban freight. Cargo bikes have become an important part of a more sustainable distribution of goods in city centres worldwide. A complementary module are micro consolidation hubs which enable the shift of goods from high polluting trucks to cargo bikes and replace conventional vehicles in last-mile delivery.
Where can suitable spaces be found in high-density inner cities? How can these spaces be used as efficiently as possible, made accessible to multiple players in the last mile and how can they be operated? Christian Kaden is presenting some insights and lessons learnt from the LNC project KoMoDo - Cooperative use of micro-depots by the CEP industry for the sustainable use of cargo bikes in Berlin.
ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainabilty is a global network with over 2,500 cities in commtting to sustainable urban development.
You will find more information on the event at https://bit.ly/3hauUmY
LNC has been working on different approaches to the last mile for more than a decade. Together with different stakeholders from the public and private sector, projects are conceptualised, transferred into practice and evaluated. Only through the interaction of the stakeholders, measures can be successfully implemented aiming at the developing of future-oriented solutions for urban logistics. Sharing this knowledge is an important departure point. We are looking forward to a valuable exchange with other cities and to share the "lessons learnt" of KoMoDo.