Paris is taking measures aiming at a more sustainable and efficient logistics in response to COVID-19. With space for cycling increasing across the city in response to COVID-19, new guidelines have been issued to ensure that deliveries are considered when closing streets to traffic or implementing new cycle lanes. To support sustainable logistics post-lockdown and reliance on private vehicles, a shared electric-vehicle service for commercial operators is being rolled out to facilitate zero-emission deliveries for businesses in Paris. This scheme was already in operation, but is now being sped up in light of the conditions for mobility created by the pandemic. A toolkit for businesses has also been issued to assist with ensuring safe physical distancing outside and around shops. New logistics models are being explored, such as ‘microhubs’ in built-up areas, which allow localised deliveries by cargo bike or electric vehicles.