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As users catch up with new warehouse and distribution typologies, e-tailing giants and grocers are again reinventing land uses, building types, and new delivery vehicle formats in the quest to move closer to customers. This session demystifies how e-commerce has disrupted the traditional supply chain for retail and groceries, including the micrologistics that are affecting land use planning and architecture as well as impacting economics and real estate.
- Describe land use planning, architecture and economic impacts of the new e-commerce supply chain.
- Understand the parameters for public agencies policy and design to support the final 50 feet of delivery logistics.
- Identify the potential changes to traffic and the public right-of-way as a result of the new micrologistics model.
Moderator: Daniel Haake, AICP, CMILT, ENV SP, Senior Transportation Planner, HDR
- “Connecting Urban Goods and Services: The Final 50 Feet”, Christopher Eaves, P.E., Senior Civil Engineer, City of Seattle, Seattle, Washington
- Rick Stein, Principal and Owner, Urban Decision Group, Grandview Heights, Ohio
- Lisa Nisenson, Vice President, New Mobility and Connected Communities, WGI, West Palm Beach, Florida
- Jason Sudy, Principal, OHM Advisors, Columbus, Ohio