Goods movement is an integral part of the urban economy. The rising urban population and the growth of sectors such as e-commerce, construction, and manufacturing have made logistics vehicles ubiquitous in our cities. With this, logistics vehicles’ impacts on urban liveability are becoming more pronounced. Chiefly, urban freight vehicles are…
Samhita Shiledar (Guest Author)
This article was co-authored by Samhita Shiledar, Rocky Mountain Institute. It was originally published on CNBCTV18.com. The benefits of electrifying urban freight are substantial and growing every year. A robust public-private partnership has the potential to create a roadmap to improve this uptake of EVs further.