News and Announcements

New Publication: Isolated Community Evacuation Problem with Mixed Integer Programming

Urban Freight Lab
2022-04-28

April 28, 2022 — Urban Freight Lab Research Assistant Fiete Krutein (Ph.D., Industrial and Systems Engineering anticipated '22) and founder Prof. Anne Goodchild have published a new article, "The Isolated Community Evacuation Problem with Mixed Integer Programming", in Transportation Research Journal (Elsevier).

New Report: Zero-Emissions Freight Market Research Study in New York City

Green Loading Zones (GLZs) are curb spaces designated for zero- and low-emissions vehicles including electric trucks, electric vans and cargo bikes.
Urban Freight Lab
2022-04-25

April 25, 2022 — The Urban Freight Lab announces the publication of a new study exploring the pathways to future implementation of "Green Loading Zones" (GLZs) in New York City. Green Loading Zones are curb spaces designated for zero- and low-emissions vehicles including electric trucks, electric vans and cargo bikes.

SCTL Scholarship Awarded to Caitlin Myers

Caitlin Myers, 2022 SCTL Scholarship Winner.
UW Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics
2022-04-25

April 25, 2022 — The Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics program is pleased to name incoming student and U.S. Air Force Executive Officer Caitlin Myers as the recipient of the 2022 SCTL Scholarship Award.

W/:\RP Joins the Urban Freight Lab

W/:\RP Co-Founders Daniel Sokolovsky and Troy Lester. Photo by W/:\RP.
Urban Freight Lab and W/:\RP
2022-04-20

APRIL 20, 2022  The Urban Freight Lab today announced the addition of W/:\RP to its public-academic-private research consortium. W/:\RP is the first UFL member focused exclusively on solutions for the middle-mile of delivery — the middle part of the supply chain where goods are moved from a factory or port to a local distribution fulfillment center or warehouse.

New Research Project: Biking for Goods Case Study

Urban Freight Lab
2022-04-15

APRIL 15, 2022  The Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Center announces a new pro bono project helping Cascade Bicycle Club's Pedaling Relief Project improve transportation and logistics operations — increasing the Project's productivity and efficiency and reducing its carbon footprint.

 

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