LisbonSize: 100 Km2 Population: 530,847 VEHICLES
The final FREVUE video clip, summarising the results of the project is now online. [video width="...Read more
FREVUE is launching its page dedicated to the Declaration of Intent on electric freight. Discover wh...Read more
The first FREVUE webinar was held on Friday 17 March 2017 on the theme of the technical assessment o...Read more
On 16th September 2016, EMEL - the Municipal Mobility and Parking Company of Lisbon, one of the FREV...Read more
EMEL, the Lisbon's Municipal Mobility and Parking Company (leading FREVUE partner in Lisbon), ren...Read more
João Gouveia managing director of Unilogos who operates 70% of its delivery fleet heavy diesel truc...Read more
EMEL – Lisbon Mobility and Parking Municipal Company – added five new Renault Kangoo Van Z...Read more
Context and policy framework
Unregulated loading and unloading activities and illegal parking are a growing problem in the City of Lisbon, the 9th most populated urban area in the European Union. These cause road congestion in the historical protected urban centre and temporary blockage of roads, adding to the difficulty of delivering in this area with narrow streets, small and irregular routes and complicated parking slots. These difficulties result in an inefficient logistics sector for both mail deliveries and services.
Lisbon is committed to the uptake of clean and electric mobility as attested by the leading role of the Portuguese Capital in the ambitious past National Program for Electric Mobility (MOBI.E) which included the implementation of more than 600 charging points in the city by the year 2012.
Lisbon has also developed a strategic plan for electric vehicles, defined models for Public Private Partnerships with car sharing companies, energy suppliers, parking companies and vehicle manufacturers.
Solutions implemented in FREVUE
CTT Correios, the national post company and EMEL, the municipal agency for mobility and parking, introduced electric vehicles in their fleets for post-delivery services and municipal services respectively. Both activities take place within the urban historical neighbourhoods of Lisbon.
ICT solutions to centralise the management of loading and unloading activities and route planning optimisation are also being tested.