ASAP

The Awaken Sleeping Assets Project (ASAP) has 3 goals: (1) to activate underused or inactive infrastructure or resources for sustainable urban logistics, (2) to provide testbeds for innovative urban logistics systems and (3) to combine these activities to build a new Sustainable Urban Logistics Planning Platform (SULP-Platform).

Cities, industry and research partners from Austria, France, Germany, and Sweden are gathering and processing information to build up an open-access knowledge base from European cities and regions. Based on in-depth evaluation of 14 existing and 11 further testbeds ASAP aims to activate “sleeping” assets in the partner cities and to build a network of “follower” cities.

Facts

Duration: 2021 – 2024
Contact: Assoc. Prof. Ing. Mag. Dr. Patrick Hirsch, Dr. Susanne Wrighton, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Department of Economics and Social Sciences, Institute of Production and Logistics; Hans Häuslmayer, h2 projekt-beratung KG,
E-mail: patrick.hirsch@boku.ac.atsusanne.wrigthon@boku.ac.athh@h2pro.at
Budget: €1.796.169,02
Partners: Forschungsgesellschaft Mobilität Austrian Mobility Research – Free Hanseatic City of Bremen – Senate Department for Environment Construction and Transport – Transport Department (Trafikkontoret, Stockholm Stad) – Stockholm Vatten och Avfall – Universität für Bodenkultur Wien – L’agence mobile de messagerie ecolologique, incharge GmbH

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