Save the date: 13 April 2018 European Cycle Logistics Symposium 2018 in Berlin

The European Cycle Logistics Federation Symposium 2018 (ECLFS2018) is a one-day event to be held in Berlin: Date: Friday, 13 April 2018 Time: afternoon Venue: Location in Berlin, to be confirmed. ECLFS2018 is a supporting event associated with the International Cargo Bike Festival, which is hosted this year by the bike fair VELOBerlin at the former Tempelhof Airport, … Continue reading Save the date: 13 April 2018 European Cycle Logistics Symposium 2018 in Berlin

Traffic Safety Survey – For Riders of Cycle Logistics Operators

The following survey is for riders who work for CycleLogistics operators and is a study of their experience regarding safety at work. It aims to capture their experiences on riding accidents, road rules & laws and bike infrastructure and to accumulate knowledge and understanding about the issues faced in undertaking cycle deliveries. It is envisaged … Continue reading Traffic Safety Survey – For Riders of Cycle Logistics Operators

City of Stockholm opens up public procurement for cargo bikes

Source Jeppe D Larssen - The CEO of MoveByBike writes: "Our dialogue and lobby with the city of Stockholm to remove truck-specific rules from the city's public procurement worked. In a new procurement regarding food-delivery for schools they added something like "does no apply for bikes" in Swedish. Also they split up the different schools so … Continue reading City of Stockholm opens up public procurement for cargo bikes

DHL launches 2 cargocycle projects

Source Francisco Luciano - Wednesday 1 March, two pilot projects were launched by DHL Express in Frankfurt, Germany and Utrecht, Holland. In each city, two Armadillos (called Cubicycles within DHL), four City Containers and a custom City Container trailer (called City Hub within DHL) were taken into operation. http://velove.se/city-containers-new-pilot-dhl-express-frankfurt-utrecht/ More than 40 German newspapers covered … Continue reading DHL launches 2 cargocycle projects

DPD to expand electric cargo bike trials in Germany

Source Daniel Symons in Postal and Parcel Technology International Parcel and express delivery provider DPD Germany is looking to expand the use of its electrically assisted transport bikes following a successful trial in the city of Nuremberg, Germany. Deployed in December 2016, the three bikes primarily deliver to private consignees in the districts of Glockenhof, Steinbühel, … Continue reading DPD to expand electric cargo bike trials in Germany