Quiet Cities will take place on 25 and 26 November 2014 at Twickenham Stadium. The two-day event will feature a full conference programme, a networking dinner, exhibition, and live demonstrations of the latest quiet logistics equipment.
TfL will share London’s best practice on retiming deliveries and showcase its work on facilitating out-of-hours deliveries, while representatives of overseas cities will discuss the work they have implemented to allow off-peak deliveries.
“Transport for London is proud to sponsor the Quiet Cities global summit,” said Ian Wainwright, TfL head of freight and fleet.
“Freight in London relies on the capital’s road network but the demands placed on it are changing.
“Our role at TfL is to ensure the logistics industry can sustainably serve London’s growing economy and population.
“Moving deliveries out of the morning peak is central to TfL’s Delivering a Road Freight Legacy. We know that with the right level of support deliveries can take place at different times and still suit customers, residents and operators.”
DHL added: “Being able to deliver off-peak and retime deliveries as required is essential for the long-term health of the logistics sector.”
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