From EV to ZE: 4 Ways that Cities (and States) are Greening Deliveries’ Last Mile

In the United States, heavy- and medium-duty trucks account for nearly a quarter of transportation sector greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). And by...

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Doneliza Joaquin

Program Manager

Encore in Nashville: Smart Zone Pilot Extending and Expanding

We’re excited to share that the Nashville Department of Transportation and Multimodal Infrastructure will be expanding and extending the Smart Zone...

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Doneliza Joaquin

Program Manager

Smart Zones 201: Enforcing Smart Zones

It’s been almost a year since the Coord team launched the first Smart Zone program with the Park Omaha team in Omaha, Nebraska.  Since then, we’ve...

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Dawn Miller

VP, Policy & Partnerships

Aug 5, 2020

Analyzing the Availability of Curbside Loading Space in Seattle

One issue we often hear from cities is that it can be difficult to determine how much loading space is needed to meet the needs of different types of...

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Kenny Durell

Data Engineer

Aug 5, 2020

A Guide for Cities Thinking about Charging for Curbside Loading

Many cities would like the ability to charge fees for the use of loading zones by delivery and service vehicles in the public right of way, but they...

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Dawn Miller

VP, Policy & Partnerships