Last mile logistics innovation (LOGIN)
Primary objective: Develop knowledge on how public authorities, in particular municipalities, may support private sector development and testing of sustainable last mile logistics solutions, contributing to capacity-building and new practices for ensuring upscaling sustainable logistics solutions in Norwegian cities.
1. Explore how authorities may decide on which innovative ideas and pilots to support and implement to achieve lasting real-life changes.
2. Develop new knowledge on how municipalities and regions may use policy instruments to facilitate lasting real-life changes and provide strategies, plans and processes enabling appropriate policy instruments.
3. Contribute with new insights on how viable business models for sustainable last-mile logistics can be developed, allowing for moving from pilots to scale-ups.
4. Contribute to capacity building by transferring the research findings into applicable practice for Norwegian municipalities and regions.
Date: November 2021- October 2024
Funded by: Norwegian Research Council (Project number: 26743 - KSPSAMARBEID21)
Partners: The project group consist of the research partners TØI (NO), VTI (SE), Hanken (FI) and the four municipalities Bærum, Asker, Drammen and Oslo, Viken region, the National Public Roads Administration and StartupLab.
Coordinator: Dr. Jardar Andersen from TØI (Transportøkonomisk institutt).
Projects members at Hanken: Anna Aminoff (PI), Helleke Heikkinen, Mimmi Pöysti (Research Coordinator)