In June, a new TRElab’s Special Issue “ E-groceries, digitalization and sustainability ” was released in Research in Transportation Economics.
The Special Issue, edited by TRElab directors together with Svein Bråthen (Molde University College), follows NECTAR Cluster 2: Policy and Environment meeting held on October 2018, 11th and 12th in Molde University College titled “E-groceries, digitalization and sustainability: Which governance, planning and regulation mix do our cities need? “
The Special Issue includes articles about e-grocery state of the art, demand, supply and its urban impact.
TRElab contributed with the editorial and one article investigating the willingness to do e-grocery in Rome and Milan, namely:
For more information and the full list of articles, visit Research in Transportation Economics