How should we design the urban freight systems of the future?

A cyclist cycles by painted stencils on a street to create pop up bike lanes in preparation for distanced bike rides, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), London, Britain, May 16, 2020

New cycle lanes have sprung up in cities recently - are they part of a long-term shift? Image: REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

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Partner, Manyone A/S
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