Talking Headways Podcast: The Logistics of Urban Deliveries

This week’s guest is Tom Madrecki, director of urban innovation and mobility at UPS. If you want to know how a huge logistics company like UPS thinks about city streets and transportation systems, don’t miss this one. Tom discusses the costs of congestion to UPS, and why streets that prioritize solo car trips don’t work for walking, biking, or deliveries.

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About 350 pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists are killed each year by large trucks in this country. Big freight trucks are incompatible with cities in many ways, bringing danger, pollution, noise, and traffic congestion. They park in bike lanes and have shockingly big blind spots, putting everyone around them at risk. And yet, most cities haven’t […]