Clean Last mile transport and logistics management for smart and Efficient local Governments in Europe

C-LIEGE is the showcase for good practices and a helpful hand for all European cities striving for cleaner and sustainable urban transportation. On the basis of good practices the project will define an integrated framework for energy efficient Urban Freight Transport (UFT) management and planning. A novel set of integrated solutions and “push-and-pull” demand-oriented measures will be tested and shared in roadmaps for the implementation in European cities. Seven pilot experiments in six European countries ensure the applicability of the C-LIEGE approach: Bulgaria, Italy, Poland, United Kingdom, Germany and Malta.


  • Transport related energy consumption is estimated to grow by 30 % by 2030
  • Half of overall road transport fuel is combusted in urban areas
  • The European Council has set the target to reduce European greenhouse gas emissions by 20% till 2020
  • The negative impacts of urban goods distribution are mainly caused from used vehicles (e.g. diesel-powered) and low system efficiency (e.g. low loading factor,low cooperation)
  • Accessibility in urban remains a vital issue on top of local policy

Project Budget: 2’417’321 €

LEITAT Budget: 125’372 €

Financial Framework: Intelligent Energy Europe

Contract number: IEE/10/154/SI.2589407

Start Date: 01/06/2011

End Date: 30/11/2013


Contact Manager: L. Valentin

Co-funded by the Intelligent Eunery Europe Programme of the European Union