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Urban Freight Challenges

In modern cities, where traditional transportation planning focuses on the travel patterns of individuals, many modes of transport vie for space. Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Transportation estimates that the average person consumes about 60 tons of freight each year.

In the article Urban Freight Challenges, co-authored by our Senior Transportation Planner Dan Haake, you can learn about the challenges cities face in supporting trucked goods, and about programs deployed in New York City to improve freight mobility.