VISION

TRELAB will contribute to the improvement of human life quality by tackling the complex problems transportation poses to modern society.

MISSION

TRELAB aims at planning, developing, deploying, testing, evaluating projects, initiatives and research programmes to promote competitive transport systems, foster inclusive mobility, stimulate growth and employment while combating climate change.

VALUES

TRELAB believes in: respect for people, teamwork, innovation, excellence, transparency.

APPROACH

TRELAB represents an independent cutting-edge experimentation environment where academics, policy-makers, entrepreneurs and citizens work together to co-create effective, efficient and sustainable transport solutions relying on theoretically sound behavioural modelling and simulation techniques.
NEWS
 
NEWS
  • TRElab workshop. Cost benefit analysis of the Turin–Lyon high-speed railway 14/06/2019 On the 25th of June TRELab will host a workshop on the cost benefit analysis of the Turin–Lyon high-speed railway. The workshop will be held in the Department of Political Sciences of the University of Roma Tre (via Gabriello Chiabrera 199), 4th floor (“Sala del Consiglio”), from 10.30 to 12.30. The brochure of the event ...
  • TRElab mentioned in TRIMIS 10/05/2019 TRELab’s research on crowdshipping appears in the April issue of TRIMIS Digest. The paper explores the potential benefits of using public transport based crowdshipping for urban logistics. You can read it here. TRIMIS stands for Transport and Research and Innovation Monitoring and Information System. It supports the implementation and monitoring of the Strategic Transport Research and ...
  • Logistics Living Lab in Rome officially starts 05/04/2019 The Logistics Living Lab (LLL) of the City of Rome has been officially established. The city alderman for transport Linda Meleo has approved the initiative as it fosters dialogue with all stakeholders. The living lab will be coordinated by TRELAB in agreement with Roma Servizi per la Mobilità. It will plan, test and evaluate the measures for logistics ...
  • New meeting to prepare the Logistics Living Lab in Rome 25/02/2019 On the 25th of February, TRELAB members Edoardo Marcucci, Valerio Gatta and Ila Maltese met with Andrea Pasotto and Marco Surace (Roma Servizi per la Mobilità) and with Alessandro Fuschiotto and Emanuele Frezza (UPS). This is the second meeting (after the one of the 8th of February) involving TRELAB, RSM and UPS in a discussion on ...
  • TRElab Seminar on Freight and Service Activity Generation Models in Urban Areas 08/02/2019 TRELAB is proud to announce that on the 21st of March 2019 it will host a seminar in the Department of Political Sciences of the University of Roma Tre. The seminar on Freight and service activity generation models in urban areas will see the participation of PhD student Diana Ramirez-Rios. For further information concerning the seminar, follow ...
  • Cargo-Bikes in Rome – TRElab, Roma Servizi per la Mobilità and UPS discuss the Living Lab approach 08/02/2019 On the 8th of February 2019, TRELab, Roma Servizi per la Mobilità (the company that oversees strategies, plans, supervises, coordinates and controls private and public mobility for the city of Rome) and United Parcel Service held a meeting to discuss the necessity of establishing as soon as possible a Living Lab on city logistics to implement the projects ...
  • TRELab Meeting in Bergamo 29/01/2019 On the 29th of January 2019, members of TRELAB held a meeting in Bergamo to draft a pilot for testing and studying the potentials of e-grocery. The project will involve researchers and retailers as well in order to better understand consumers’ preferences and choices. All future developments of the project will be published on this website.
  • Directors of TRELAB as new managing directors of RETREC 21/12/2018 Since the 1st of January 2019, Directors of TRELAB Edoardo Marcucci and Valerio Gatta will be the managing directors for the Elsevier journal Research in Transportation Economics.   More information here
  • 3rd VREF Conference: Breakout session “Developments in urban freight modelling” 26/10/2018 The breakout session #7 at the 3rd VREF Conference led by Edoardo Marcucci and Gitakrishnan Ramadurai discusses the role of models in urban freight as instruments to search for solutions to problems in a complex and heterogeneous context where different stakeholders have different preferences, perspectives, and interests. Three specific issues are considered: What are the most ...
  • Crowdshipping project 04/10/2018 TRELAB ranked first at the National Competition of Transport Research funded by BNC Foundation with the project: I-CROWD4FR8: Integrated-CROWDshipping for Freight transport. TRELAB is now planning to start a pilot on interlibrary loans together with an existing crowdshipping Platform.  
EVENTS
 
EVENTS
  • TRElab workshop. Cost benefit analysis of the Turin–Lyon high-speed railway 14/06/2019 On the 25th of June TRELab will host a workshop on the cost benefit analysis of the Turin–Lyon high-speed railway. The workshop will be held in the Department of Political Sciences of the University of Roma Tre (via Gabriello Chiabrera 199), 4th floor (“Sala del Consiglio”), from 10.30 to 12.30. The brochure of the event ...
  • Transport Infrastructures: Investments, Evaluation and Regional Economic Growth – Workshop on Transport Infrastructure 01/02/2019 Workshop on Transport Infrastructure NECTAR Cluster 2: Policy and Environment NECTAR Cluster 1: Transport Infrastructure Impacts and Evaluation Cluster 2 and Cluster 1 of NECTAR (Network of European Communications and Transport Activities Research) together with TRELAB (Transport Research Lab, Roma Tre University) are organizing a workshop in Rome (Italy) on the 22nd and 23rd of March 2019. The workshop ...
  • 3rd VREF Conference on Urban Freight 19/10/2018 3rd VREF Conference on Urban Freight – Designing urban space and managing flows – the importance of freight for livable cities, 17-19 October 2018, Gothenburg, Sweden. TRELAB members participate to the Conference: Valerio Gatta presents “Green Crowdshipping: a new collaborative economy service for urban logistics“. Edoardo Marcucci presents: “Investigating consumers’ preferences for e-grocery services: an exploratory study“. He also ...
  • Nectar Cluster 2 Meeting in Molde 10/10/2018 Cluster 2 of NECTAR (Network of European Communications and Transport Activities Research) focuses on policy and environment and is organizing, in collaboration with TRELAB, a meeting in Molde (Norway) on the 11th and 12th of October 2018, titled: E-groceries, digitalization and sustainability: Which governance, planning and regulation mix do our cities need? For more information, please visit ...
  • Urban Mobility Working Group Meeting 04/10/2018 TRELAB participates to the Urban Mobility Working Group Meeting organised by ALICE, ERTRAC and ERRAC on 28th September 2018. The working group addresses all aspects of the urban mobility system, the vehicle, the infrastructure and services. It works on both, passenger and urban freight transport. In particular the main issues discussed are: Policy & Research Update: H2020 Work Programme ...
  • Alice: Collaborative Innovation Day 04/10/2018 TRELAB participates to the Collaborative Innovation Day – “Addressing challenges of e-commerce in City Logistics” on 27th September 2018. Collaborative innovation is key to address challenges and opportunities for freight transport and logistics. The main objectives are: Share an overview of the state of play of ecommerce implications on city logistics and related impacts. Share and discuss achievements, ...
PUBLICATIONS
 
PUBLICATIONS