Cargo Trikes in Cambridge, MA
A Christian Science Monitor article is reporting that
In a city choked with diesel-spewing delivery trucks, the fledgling New Amsterdam Project (NAP), a Cambridge-based cargo-hauling company, is pedaling toward profits aboard an emissions-free fleet of urban “cargo trikes.”
We’re getting trucks off the road, that’s one of our goals,” says Brown. “Each time we make a delivery, we demonstrate … that there’s a better way – a system that is less expensive, better for their products, better for the environment, and for their community.”
What say you Providence? In a city that can have gondolas provide people rides in the summer, should we be looking to support our own bicycle cargo company?