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As cities worldwide work on reducing vehicle dominance on their streets, the city logistics sector is adapting in response.
City logistics is the essential service and delivery work that happens every day in a busy city. It includes goods delivery, servicing (e.g. tradespeople), and people pick-up and drop-off. Traditional city logistics vehicles are becoming incompatible with the types of people-friendly streets cities are wanting to create. There are exciting innovations underway around the world to tackle this problem.
MRCagney are leaders in New Zealand at developing strategies to address these challenges for city logistics. We have worked with Auckland and Wellington on innovative and forward-looking city logistics plans. We have also engaged with the city logistics industry to understand their operations and how it could adapt.
Our city logistics work is focused on decarbonising goods deliveries and servicing while keeping essential services operating smoothly. Transitioning away from trucks in city centres improves air quality and road safety and reduces noise and congestion.