Objectivize the use of 40 delivery areas in city centers
Over the next few weeks, 40 delivery areas in downtown Levallois-Perret will be monitored in real time. The aim is to find out exactly how these delivery areas are used, in order to inform discussions on the organization of urban logistics, curb management, and the city center.
“Better understand urban logistics to make the right decisions”.
“The number of deliveries has risen steadily in recent years, and many of them are made in double queues. This issue is now central to the challenges of mobility, sustainable development and trade. This observatory will enable us to gain a detailed understanding of the uses and problems associated with delivery areas. This part of public space has a strategic role to play. Its transformation and improvement are both essential and difficult. To make the right decisions and rethink the management of this space, we’re taking a structured, data-driven approach”, explains Isabelle Coville, Deputy Mayor, responsible for Sustainable Development, Mobility, the Fight against substandard housing, Energy Renovation and Associations.
About Levallois Perret
With 63,462 inhabitants, 1,200 shops and over 8,000 businesses, Levallois-Perret is a dynamic community renowned for its quality of life. Levallois-Perret has received numerous awards, labels and distinctions, including the Label Ville Internet with 5@, as well as the “3 cœurs” and “Ma Commune a du Cœur” labels. The town was also recently awarded the Prix Territorial de l’Innovation at a ceremony organized by Eco-Maires in Paris. The award recognizes Levallois’ many sustainable development initiatives.
Cocoparks is a French start-up based at Station F. Cocoparks’ mission is to reduce urban pollution by 10% while improving well-being and commercial dynamism in the heart of the city. The Cocoparks solution brings smart parking and curb management into the real time era, supported by proprietary “made in France” technology based on artificial intelligence. Thanks to an ultra-efficient, easy-to-install sensor on city lampposts, Cocoparks tracks parking space occupancy in real time; this precise data is fed into a mobile application for the general public, as well as into parking and road management software for cities. The Cocoparks solution was awarded the Solar Impulse label and the Tech4Cities prize at Vivatech 2022. For further information, visit