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5. SMART CITY LOGISTIK congress in June
This year from 25th to 26th June, the 5. SMART CITY LOGISTIK congress takes place in Schloss Ettersburg near Weimar. The event focuses on the economic transformation towards a sustainable fleet structure. Researchers, vehicle manufacturers and pioneers of electric mobility in transport come together to address the big questions of future transportation and find new approaches. The congress invites also fleet managers with no experience with electric commercial vehicles. The event features expert and user lectures, workshops, networking and an exhibition of commercial electric vehicles. One of the highlights will be the presentation of first results of the research project SMART DISTRIBUTION LOGISTIK, which focuses on the economic management of the entire supply chain with electric vehicles. You can register online for the event under www.anmeldung.scl-kongress.de.
German Citys are allowed to ban diesel cars
On 27th February, the Federal Administrative Court has decided in favour of diesel bans in German cities. With this decision, the Court has confirmed the rulings of previous instances regarding the action of the Deutsche Umwelthilfe (DUH - German Environmental Relief) against Düsseldorf and Stuttgart. The DUH filed a complaint against these cities because the statutory limits for air pollutants weren’t met. According to the ruling in Leipzig, cities are now allowed to introduce driving bans if this is justified based on the criteria of the pollution preventing plans. The Court attached certain obligations to the decision: The bans should be implemented phased over a period of time. Also, there should be regulations for exceptions, such as residents or workmen. However, measures to compensate financial losses will not be taken. The Court concluded that depreciation due to the bans has to be accepted by the car owners. You can get more information on the topic here(German only).