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WELCOME to the TRAILBLAZER project

The TRAILBLAZER project will run for 36 months until 30th June 2013 and aims to promote Delivery and Servicing Plans (DSPs) across Europe.

DSPs are key strategy documents that can help you cut costs. They manage deliveries more effectively and reduce numbers of journeys.

DSPs can benefit you, your organisation and the local community. The advantages include:

  • Reduced emissions

  • Reduced delivery costs and improved security

  • More reliable deliveries and less disruption to the working day

  • Time saved as you identify unnecessary deliveries

  • Less noise and intrusion

  • Opportunity to feed into a corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme and ensure your operations comply with health and safety legislation

Find out more about TRAILBLAZER events and useful material produced by TRAILBLAZER.

For in-depth information see our project description folder ABOUT. To get a broader view look at our thematic results and newsletters.

   
 
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  June 30, 2013, 8:15 pm
  TRAILBLAZER Newsletter
Edition 6, June 2013 available for download
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  May 9, 2013, 4:21 pm
  TRAILBLAZER Final Conference 
25 April 2013, Prague, Czech republic

Transport & Travel Research and the Transport research centre thank you warmly for your participation in the Final TRAILBLAZER Conference.
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  April 11, 2013, 4:33 pm
  

New Call for Tender on Eltis and Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans

The Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation (EACI) has launched an invitation to tender with a view to concluding a service contract related to 'Managing and developing the Eltis portal and supporting the uptake of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans'.

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