Urban Freight Policy Innovation for Rome’s LTZ: A Stakeholder Perspective
Amanda Stathopoulos (),
Eva Valeri (),
Edoardo Marcucci (),
Valerio Gatti and
Chapter 4 in City Distribution and Urban Freight Transport, 2011 from Edward Elgar Publishing
City distribution plays a key role in supporting urban lifestyles, helping to serve and retain industrial and trading activities, and contributing to the competitiveness of regional industry. Despite these positive effects, it also generates negative (economic, environmental and social) impacts on cities worldwide. Relatively little attention has been paid to these issues by researchers and policymakers until recently. The analyses found in City Distribution and Urban Freight Transport aim to improve knowledge in this important area by recognizing and evaluating the problems, with a focus on urban freight transport systems.
Keywords: Environment; Geography; Urban and Regional Studies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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