The city of Santa Monica’s main business district has been chosen as the pilot for the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator’s new Neighborhood Zero Emissions Delivery Zone . The Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI) has put out an RFI (request for information) to companies far and wide who may have the technological solutions they need to solve this challenge. It’s one of the first tools in their Transportation Electrification Partnership, which you must have read about here . Apply to submit your product, service, or startup (if it’s at the Market Access Program phase in the firm’s growth) by June 29, 2020 ! LA traffic, photo by Jeff Turner (CC BY 2.0). And you should see the truck traffic in Vernon… Direct from LACI: This RFI is the first step towards identifying the appropriate mobility solutions for a voluntary zero emissions delivery zone. In particular, LACI and Santa Monica are interested in assessing the following types of technologies: E-cargo bikes and other micromobility devices for last mile delivery of parcels, groceries and food: Vehicles, maintenance, infrastructure and charging (fixed and mobile), customer interface for check in/check out, fleet management services, etc. Curb management , including digital curb management, prioritization, signage, […]


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