Download last release of our e-bulletin. In this issue: Summary of the Green Cities Conference, current state of work and the results of the contest for the best poster designed for the Day of Sustainable Transport.
The first phase of research carried out under the third work package (WP3) was completed. It covered a preliminary analysis of the problems of urban freight transport (UFT) in Szczecin and Oslo. Download bulletin(PDF)
There is second issue of our e-bulletin available. You will find there our current actions and some information about project leaders and partners. Second edition of information bulletin 1/2014 (2)
The conference will provide a platform for exchange of knowledge and experiences on the implementation of urban logistics solutions in the context of sustainable development, with particular emphasis on environmental issues and reducing the negative impact of urban freight transport on the environment. The event will be organized as part of the programme of the National Centre for Research and Development “Polish-Norwegian research Programme”. read more
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We published first edition of information bulettin of GRASS Project. It contains fundamental informations about the project and first actions taken after launching of GRASS. Download bulletin.
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The objective of the GRASS (GReen And Sustainable freight transport Systems in cities) project is to develop guidelines for the effective and environmentally-friendly urban freight transport. This is crucial, because currently European cities are inhabited by about 75 % of the population, and according to the OECD forecasts, in 2020 city dwellers will constitute about 83% of the European population. This leads to an increase in the demand for transport of various products including: raw materials, semi-finished products, finished products, and industrial and municipal waste. read more