All say the last kilometer is difficult, come to see how all around the world is solved!

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Time: 2017-09-27

都说最后一公里难,来看看世界各地都是怎样解决的吧!


The American way of daily traffic is mainly from driving, as a whole, unless you are living in the public traffic developed cities such as New York, America's short-distance transportation is the main drive, do not rely on public transport or ride a bicycle.

The United States -- self-driven.

The American way of daily traffic is mainly from driving, as a whole, unless you are living in the public traffic developed cities such as New York, America's short-distance transportation is the main drive, do not rely on public transport or ride a bicycle.

The popularity of electric bikes in the United States is not high, mainly as a recreational vehicle. Federal law requires the maximum speed of electric bikes to be less than 32 kilometers per hour. Some states allow it to go on the road, but restrictions have been imposed, and some states still ban electric bikes.

Germany - public transport facilities are improved.

German public transport not only on time, but also the subway, light rail, regional small trains, trams, buses and other perfect transportation network. Germany's modern metropolises still have trams, which work with buses and shuttles through the streets of the city.

Most of Germany's e-bikes are aged 55 and older, and 95 percent of them have a maximum speed limit of 25 kilometers per hour. If the speed of electric bikes is too fast, the German traffic management department will require the cyclist to take the test in advance to get a driver's license, while requiring all e-bike drivers to buy specific insurance.

Japan: develop ultra-small vehicles.

The Japanese government has achieved energy saving and low carbonization through the development of ultra-small vehicles, while providing convenience for families and elderly people with children. In Japan, ultra-small vehicles are part of a sightseeing bus. In order to reduce the safety risk, Japan has strict requirements for the development of ultra-small transportation vehicles, which stipulates the use range of vehicles, safety equipment and legal driving license.

Low-speed electric vehicles are an important part of Japan's ultra-compact vehicles, and Japan's electric vehicles no longer have the power to operate at a speed of 24 kilometers per hour. In Japan, the left side of the highway will be marked with one-meter line as a motorbike, which will not compete with cars. The longer the Japanese motorbike is used, the higher the tax is, and the cyclists themselves will fail to meet the safety standards.

The Indian characteristic - the sudden rise of a sudden car.

India's media report that about 60 percent of India's population is in small and medium-sized cities, and short distance traffic has been a major concern for small urban residents. India's Ola (online instant ride-hailing platform) has launched a "didi chute" travel service, effectively alleviating the travel difficulties of these residents. "Sudden" is the electric three-wheeled motorcycle, "sudden" small and flexible, not afraid of blocking, not afraid of parking, beckon stop, is the first choice for Indian people to travel.

Ola has launched 5, 100 electric turrets in big cities such as new Delhi and gurgaon, and will expand to more smaller cities in the future. Although convenient and fast, but the safety hidden trouble of the sudden car has not been effectively prevented. It is obviously not conducive to the maintenance of urban traffic order.

Taiwan - "motorcycle first"

Taiwan refers to motorcycles as locomotives, and in Taipei and kaohsiung, there is a locomotive in almost every corner. Taiwan's locomotives perform well in reality. This is mainly due to Taiwan's emphasis on non-motor vehicle management rather than "car first".

In 1999, Taiwan began to promote the distribution of automobiles and motorcycles. The Taiwan authorities hope to reduce the traffic conflicts between cars and motorcycles in changing lanes by setting motorcycle lanes and motorcycles, and some counties are already doing it. At the same time, the locomotive is like a car, it needs to be dealt with; In any parking lot, there are special car parking Spaces.

Drone delivery

Last November, amazon announced the PrimeAir drone, which delivers packages to customers' designated locations in 30 minutes or less. ProjectWing, developed by Google, is similar.

Within 30 minutes, the delivery was completed on the premise that the drone could fly 15 miles. Obviously, not all clients within a designated delivery location will be at that distance, but this is not a major problem, if the U.S. federal aviation administration (FAA) can open uavs commercial use, believe that these problems will be settled.

The crowdsourcing model

The popular local distribution model abroad is crowdsourcing, and AmazonFlex and UberRUSH will hire local residents to use their private cars for distribution.

The new version of Uber, launched in August last year, launched UberRUSH, a on-demand delivery service that allows couriers to pick up and deliver goods to users on bicycles, which are suitable for local residents. Uber also rolled out its stand-alone delivery app UberEats in 10 U.S. cities in January.

DHL: energy efficient distribution bike.

In foreign countries, compared with "fast", express enterprises will pay more attention to environmental impact and service quality. The German (DHL) transportation company has developed a new type of transportation vehicle to deliver goods, which is a kind of bicycle without engine, which can effectively reduce the emission of carbon pollutants and save energy. It is currently in the Netherlands. The biggest advantage of this kind of cargo bike is that there is no engine, which can effectively reduce the emission of carbon pollutants and save energy.

Key words: last mile.


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