The GTHA’s urban freight sector is one step closer to low-carbon last-mile alternatives like microhubs (logistics facilities for micro-consolidation, which is the bundling of goods at a location near the final delivery point) and cyclelogistics. These innovative freight solutions can result in reduced emissions, improved operational efficiency, curbside demand management benefits, and improved cost-effectiveness. Pembina’s feasibility study found that microhubs and electric-assist cargo bikes can be viable alternative goods delivery models here in the GTHA. Businesses and municipalities can also foster supportive conditions for low-carbon alternative delivery, thanks to the policy and action guides Pembina developed as part of this project. Next steps: mobilize resources and leaders to pilot these models with a view towards scaling up where possible.