I hear stories about places that pose big deivery problems. For instance Venice or Amsterdam. I've been deilivering Cambridge in the U.K this week for the first time in about 5 years and I was struck by the ammount of bulk work we have generated in this time. Coupled with the fact that there are several new retail areas and many new businesses in the city I'm a little concerned at what peak might bring this year. We basically rely on package vans and bulk 16 tonne vehicles to deliver all our freight. We have no options with regard to pedestrian zones or emmision zones and other such things. What does your centre have that no other centre uses to deliver packages? Is it true that some Package Car Drivers in the U.S pull a trailer as well? This is something I feel we may need to look at over time. I'm looking forward to the day they give me a bike and a bag full of letter packs!