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The Final 50 Feet Urban Goods Delivery System: Common Carrier Locker Pilot Test at the Seattle Municipal Tower
Common carrier locker systems are a way to provide secure, high density delivery locations in public spaces while improving delivery drivers’ efficiency. The University of Washington’s Urban Freight Lab conducted a pilot project of this locker system in the Seattle Municipal Tower.
“The pilot test found that a delivery to the common carrier locker system reduced total delivery time in the Seattle Municipal Tower by 78% when compared to traditional floor-to-floor, door-to-door delivery in the building.”
“In addition to the locker substantially reducing delivery time, the locker also cut the parcel failed first delivery rate to zero.”
“Common carrier locker systems are an innovative strategy because they may be used by any retailer, carrier and goods purchaser, and placed on public property.”
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