Götz Bopp: For many people, logistics is like electricity from a socket – you use it as a matter of course, but you don’t know what’s behind it, where it comes from and how it works. In fact, we often have a problem with space, especially in older existing districts. In the west of Stuttgart, for example, there is virtually no infrastructure for logistics. If an amendment to the road traffic regulations soon punishes obstruction by delivery vehicles in the second row with heavy fines, logistics companies will have a problem. In the worst case scenario, they will refrain from driving to the areas of the city that are problematic for them. But if residents and tradespeople no longer receive deliveries, the city has a problem too.