To attempt to deal with logistics sprawl, the French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks (IFSTTAR) at the University of Paris‐East, MetroFreight, and University of Gothenburg came together to consolidate freight shipments, transfer to cleaner modes, provide modern logistics facilities, increase mixed land uses, and to test new architecture and urban planning concepts. Specific goals were set: Addressing logistics sprawl issues (emissions and congestion) ...
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