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Recommendations on Cyclelogistics for Cities

The European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) published its "Recommendations on Cyclelogistics for Cities". The document answers the question of what governements can do for cycling in urban logistics. 

The ECF has collected the valuable experiences of many different stakeholders – cities, civil society, bicycle and delivery industry, and partners in EU-projects. It provides innovative and thought-provoking recommendations based on first-hand experiences that cities and municipalities have with Cyclelogistics solutions currently in place in many EU Member States.

ECF has worked closely with its members and trusted partners for many years seeking Cyclelogistics solutions. In that time a growing number of European cities have demonstrated the effectiveness and benefits to citizens and businesses of making the shift from traditional motorized logistics to Cyclelogistics.

The new recommendations this report provides are aimed to be included in the upcoming EU guidelines on Urban Logistics, a process the European Commission started at the end of 2015.

The content of this report is a compilation of the ECF works and the outcomes of the Cyclelogistics Roundtable ECF organized mid-November 2015.

the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF), has collected the valuable experiences of many different stakeholders – cities, civil society, bicycle and delivery industry, and partners in EU-projects. It provides innovative and thought-provoking recommendations based on first-hand experiences that cities and municipalities have with Cyclelogistics solutions currently in place in many EU Member States.

ECF has worked closely with its members and trusted partners for many years seeking Cyclelogistics solutions. In that time a growing number of European cities have demonstrated the effectiveness and benefits to citizens and businesses of making the shift from traditional motorized logistics to Cyclelogistics.

The content of this report is a compilation of the ECF works and the outcomes of the Cyclelogistics Roundtable ECF organized mid-November 2015.
Read the background article.

The new recommendations this report provides are aimed to be included in the upcoming EU guidelines on Urban Logistics, a process the European Commission started at the end of 2015.

- See more at: http://www.ecf.com/news/what-can-governments-do-for-more-cycling-in-urban-logistics/#sthash.Y8VLUl36.dpuf

the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF), has collected the valuable experiences of many different stakeholders – cities, civil society, bicycle and delivery industry, and partners in EU-projects. It provides innovative and thought-provoking recommendations based on first-hand experiences that cities and municipalities have with Cyclelogistics solutions currently in place in many EU Member States.

ECF has worked closely with its members and trusted partners for many years seeking Cyclelogistics solutions. In that time a growing number of European cities have demonstrated the effectiveness and benefits to citizens and businesses of making the shift from traditional motorized logistics to Cyclelogistics.

The content of this report is a compilation of the ECF works and the outcomes of the Cyclelogistics Roundtable ECF organized mid-November 2015.
Read the background article.

The new recommendations this report provides are aimed to be included in the upcoming EU guidelines on Urban Logistics, a process the European Commission started at the end of 2015.

- See more at: http://www.ecf.com/news/what-can-governments-do-for-more-cycling-in-urban-logistics/#sthash.Y8VLUl36.dpuf

the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF), has collected the valuable experiences of many different stakeholders – cities, civil society, bicycle and delivery industry, and partners in EU-projects. It provides innovative and thought-provoking recommendations based on first-hand experiences that cities and municipalities have with Cyclelogistics solutions currently in place in many EU Member States.

ECF has worked closely with its members and trusted partners for many years seeking Cyclelogistics solutions. In that time a growing number of European cities have demonstrated the effectiveness and benefits to citizens and businesses of making the shift from traditional motorized logistics to Cyclelogistics.

The content of this report is a compilation of the ECF works and the outcomes of the Cyclelogistics Roundtable ECF organized mid-November 2015.
Read the background article.

The new recommendations this report provides are aimed to be included in the upcoming EU guidelines on Urban Logistics, a process the European Commission started at the end of 2015.

- See more at: http://www.ecf.com/news/what-can-governments-do-for-more-cycling-in-urban-logistics/#sthash.Y8VLUl36.dpuf

the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF), has collected the valuable experiences of many different stakeholders – cities, civil society, bicycle and delivery industry, and partners in EU-projects. It provides innovative and thought-provoking recommendations based on first-hand experiences that cities and municipalities have with Cyclelogistics solutions currently in place in many EU Member States.

ECF has worked closely with its members and trusted partners for many years seeking Cyclelogistics solutions. In that time a growing number of European cities have demonstrated the effectiveness and benefits to citizens and businesses of making the shift from traditional motorized logistics to Cyclelogistics.

The content of this report is a compilation of the ECF works and the outcomes of the Cyclelogistics Roundtable ECF organized mid-November 2015.
Read the background article.

The new recommendations this report provides are aimed to be included in the upcoming EU guidelines on Urban Logistics, a process the European Commission started at the end of 2015.

- See more at: http://www.ecf.com/news/what-can-governments-do-for-more-cycling-in-urban-logistics/#sthash.Y8VLUl36.dpuf

the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF), has collected the valuable experiences of many different stakeholders – cities, civil society, bicycle and delivery industry, and partners in EU-projects. It provides innovative and thought-provoking recommendations based on first-hand experiences that cities and municipalities have with Cyclelogistics solutions currently in place in many EU Member States.

ECF has worked closely with its members and trusted partners for many years seeking Cyclelogistics solutions. In that time a growing number of European cities have demonstrated the effectiveness and benefits to citizens and businesses of making the shift from traditional motorized logistics to Cyclelogistics.

The content of this report is a compilation of the ECF works and the outcomes of the Cyclelogistics Roundtable ECF organized mid-November 2015.
Read the background article.

The new recommendations this report provides are aimed to be included in the upcoming EU guidelines on Urban Logistics, a process the European Commission started at the end of 2015.

- See more at: http://www.ecf.com/news/what-can-governments-do-for-more-cycling-in-urban-logistics/#sthash.Y8VLUl36.dpuf