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SULPiTER Final Conference

SULPiTER project

Tuesday, 14 May 2019 from 09:00 to 18:30 (CEST)

SULPiTER Final Conference

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Policy planning in urban freight is a topic since more than 40 years. Measures, restrictions, controls, safety are some of the tools used by local administrations in order to answer to urgent issues, like as pollution, congestion and traffic conflicts. Thanks to the introduction of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans, local administrations must face the traffic problems from a new perspective. In this context, logistics has a central role as it is the life blood of the commercial activities in the cities.

SULPiTER Developed Sustainable Urban Logistics Plans at Functional Urban Area in 7 territories.   

          

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09:00

00:30

Welcome coffee and registration

09:30

00:30

Welcome from Coordinator
Mario Petrosino, Institute for Transport and Logistics

10:00

01:30

The SULPiTER Project, approach, objectives and results

-      Giuseppe Luppino, Institute for Transport and Logistics

-      Tomislav Letnik, University of Maribor

-      Roberta Lazzari, Unioncamere Veneto

-      Pál Sebestyén  Nagy, Budapest District 18th

11:30

00:15

The city logistics chart and the methodology for the SULP development

-      Giuseppe Luppino, Institute for Transport and Logistics

11:45

00:45

The ALICE ETP Roadmap to the Physical Internet in Urban logistics

-      Paola Cossu, FIT Consulting

12:40

01:50

Lunch and ongoing poster exhibition

14:30

01:00

Petcha Kutcha session from FUAs (20 images X 20 seconds)
Presentation format where 20 images are shown, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and presenters talk along to the images. Total length of a single presentation is of 6 minutes and 40 seconds each. 

-      Alessandro Delpiano, Metropolitan City of Bologna

-      István Hunyadi, Budapest District 18th 

-      Flavia Raggi, Brescia mobilità

-      Jan Kosmecki, City of Poznan

-      Jana Janson, WRS

-      Péter Práczki, Vecses Municipality

-      Tina Ragužin, City of Rijeka

-      Tadej Kurent, City of Maribor

15:30

00:30

SULPiTER award (ETP) and Winner from the poster session

-      Peter Canciani, Central European Initiative

16:00

01:00

Round table: International Cooperation to understand needs and to define sustainable planning

-      Representative from Adrion Programme

-      Representative from Macro Region Strategy EUSAIR

-      Representative from Macro Region Strategy EUSALP

-      Representative from Macro Region Strategy EUSBR

-      Representative from Macro Region Strategy EUSDNB

17:00

00:20

Conclusions

17:30

 

End of the final conference

Do you have questions about SULPiTER Final Conference? Contact SULPiTER project

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Zanhotel Europa
11 Via Cesare Boldrini
40121 Bologna
Italy

Tuesday, 14 May 2019 from 09:00 to 18:30 (CEST)


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SULPiTER project

SULPITER will support policy makers in improving their understanding of FUAs freight phenomena in an energy and environmental perspective. 

The project will enhance their capacity in urban freight mobility planning in order to develop and adopt sustainable urban logistics plans (SULPs). Policy makers in Bologna, Budapest, Poznan, Brescia, Stuttgart, Maribor and Rijeka will engage, in cooperation with further local, regional and national non-partner authorities and with technical partners. 

They will work on transnational policy capacity building, and on the development of transnational analytical and governance tools, resulting in improved and adopted policies for the future energy and environmental sustainability of freight transport in central European FUAs.

 

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