This is the fifth in a series of thought pieces focused on the future of urban mobility and how New York City (and other dense urban areas) can reposition themselves for innovative and sustainable growth.


Our latest thought piece was written in collaboration with TANY, the Trucking Association of New York, an industry group also focused on creating a successful vision for the future of a legacy industry.

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This is the fourth in a series of thought pieces focused on the future of urban mobility and how New York City (and other dense urban areas) can reposition themselves for innovative and sustainable growth.


Commercial loading zones are rarely the first thought that comes to mind when walking through the public realm, yet their potential to efficiently support the last mile of a globally executed supply chain is imperative to the future of dense urban areas. Bill 2277-A and 2279-A of the New York City Council, if passed, would expand and lengthen the amount of loading space available for use across the city.


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This is the third in a series of thought pieces focused on the future of urban mobility and how New York City (and other dense urban areas) can reposition for innovative and sustainable growth.


The most significant impact of freight delivery in dense urban neighborhoods is what is known as “the last mile,” and is really often the last few hundred feet. This final step in the process where the package is placed in the recipients’ hands is often coupled with trucks double parking, drivers sorting on-street and vehicles blocking traffic. Bill 2253 of the New York City Council, if passed, would pilot micro-distribution hubs to facilitate the last mile and reduce the impact of this activity on the city.


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Authored by EA Creative.

#urbanmobilitynyc



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Noa Younse for assistance with layout and graphics