This output is a multi-layer framework. The framework identifies the relevant factors, and possible relationships across the various layers are indicated. The focus is on the needs of production logistics in an urban environment. It is made as a supporting tool for communicating and understanding the different needs of the stakeholders involved in goods movement in an urban or peri-urban area. The objective is to give the users a better understanding of the factors contributing to sustainable logistics and also to help business owners (i.e. the LSP, TSP and production sites operating in an urban area) to make their decision according to the sustainability plans in a town or city. The novelty in this framework compared with the existing one is in the multi-level and cross-level design. This opens the possibility for actors using the same infrastructure but not necessarily co-operate to discuss how the actions and needs of each actor of different decision-making levels mutually influence each other. The field of application is the area near urban manufacturing sites and specifically addressing all actors that share on regulating infrastructure relevant to last-mile inbound logistics. The source of data is project databases as well as for the literature review research databases. The methodology applied is a combination of a literature review based on database entries and a snowball approach. The connected article also presents how the framework can be prototypically implemented in participatory simulations using a simplified example. Potential usage for establishing holistic urban mobility structures is also discussed.