In the third session of 2022, experts will examine last mile delivery – how does it work and what are the trends?
ONTARIO, Calif. (June 20, 2022) – Now in its fifth year, the Regional Mobility Dialogue Series of the Leonard Transportation Center at Cal State San Bernardino is presenting the third of six all new dialogues for 2022 on topics relevant to the future of transportation in the Inland Empire. The next dialogue, titled “Deciphering Last Mile Delivery: How Does It Work?” will be held on June 28, 2022, via live videoconference. The series is open to the public with platinum level sponsorship from HNTB Corporation, the San Bernardino International Airport, and Ontario International Airport.
In this session, attendees will hear from transportation industry thought leaders about how the dramatic growth in e-commerce is leading to delivery challenges and changing the transportation landscape.
Speakers in this session are:
- Scott Strelecki – program manager II, Southern California Association of Governments, Goods Movement Business Unit
- Bruce DD MacRae – vice president, UPS, US Government Affairs
- Salim Youssefzadeh – CEO, WattEV
E-commerce has become an important part of commercial trade in the 21st century. Businesses and consumers rely upon an efficient and effective transportation and logistics system to receive purchased goods. Last mile delivery — getting packages to the final destination — is the most complex part of the goods movement cycle. Both businesses and governments are working to understand the impacts, and costs, of last mile delivery. Improving efficiency, reducing cost and minimizing negative impacts are all important factors being considered. In this virtual event, regional experts and leaders will decipher the inner workings of the last mile from a holistic point of view — meeting the needs of business, government and consumers.
Following the presentations, attendees will engage in a discussion with an opportunity to share concerns and ideas with panelists, transportation professionals, policy makers, students and each other.
This dialogue, to be held on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m., will be held virtually. A link to the live videoconference will be provided upon registration. Attendees can register free of charge. Attendance is limited to the first 50 registrants, and pre-registration is required. To register, click here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdoUSTp9K-Ll5b4YXJa-U5BhKZtGK-7a-PInITT6jXPgoNfQQ/viewform