Engaging City Stakeholders to Achieve Efficient and Environmentally Friendly Urban Freight Movements

Thomas Zunder, Paulus Aditjandra, Jarl Schoemaker, Konstantina Laparidou, Carlo Vaghi, Ines Österle

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Abstract

The chapter describes and analyzes the process of design and monitoring framework (DMF) application in three city regions in Europe: Como, Italy; Berlin, Germany; and Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. The three cities have been engaging with city stakeholders to address urban freight issues via a series of stakeholder workshops. Three separate DMF matrices have been completed which have demonstrated the different preferences of city stakeholders in engaging with clean urban freight solutions. The DMF is a known methodology for project design and monitoring used by international organizations such as the Asian Development Bank. The methodology is the core link between project design, implementation, and evaluation and the basis for the project performance management system (PPMS) used by the ADB. A public private partnership (PPP) is one of the effective transport policies being promoted to address urban freight transport issues.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTowards Innovative Freight and Logistics
EditorsCorinne Blanquart, Uwe Clausen, Bernard Jacob
PublisherWiley
Pages275-287
Number of pages13
Volume2
ISBN (Electronic)9781119307785
ISBN (Print)9781786300270
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 27 May 2016

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