The LIFE ASPIRE webinar focused on freight distribution in small/midsized historic towns and related Covid-19 impacts took place on the 4th March with the participation of more than 40 interested stakeholders among city representatives, logistics operators, academics and professionals.

Key outcomes from LIFE ASPIRE project activities in Lucca and Zadar as well as some interesting insights on how Covid-19 could change the behaviours of authorities, operators and the design of urban vehicle access regulations (UVARs) and controls were presented. MemEx co-organised and actively participate to the event with a presentation from Andrea Lorenzini on the enhanced and multisectoral role of local authorities in sustainable mobility and urban space management and with Giorgio Ambrosino and Eleonora Ercoli moderating the final panel discussion.