Information technology advancement, and supply chain/logistics management practices have led to the increasing demand of products. This has brought consequences to freight transport, more and more freight transports are running on city streets try to fulfil demands. Along with economic advantages it brings, the situation also contributes negative effects for the city livelihoods, such as pollution and congestion. A recent coined paradigm from urban management field called City Logistics, concerns with the importance of city freight activities for city economics, and in the same time, highlights the negative effects it produces. By harnessing geographic information technology, this research tries to recognize the role and characteristics of city freight through the paradigm of City Logistics.