Phenomena such as urbanization, internationalization and globalization of economy or a change in consumer behavior due to E-Commerce issue a challenge to freight transport and the logistics industry in the supply of cities with goods. Effective and sustainable urban goods delivery plays an important role in maintaining the quality of life and the competitiveness in ever-expanding metropolitan areas. However, urban goods transport also causes negative externalities such as noise, accidents, air pollution, land use, increased costs due to congestion or efficiency problems. With the aid of adminis-trative, spatial planning, infrastructural, financial and technological measures, labeled as Urban Logistics, cities attempt to reduce these negative externalities in order to achieve ecological, economic and social sustainability goals, which are demanded by city resi-dents and politics. Nevertheless, such measures lack established evaluation methods to assess their effectiveness. The present work elaborates an indicator set to evaluate sustainability measures in urban goods transport under consideration of the three di-mensions ecology, economy and social issues. The total amount of 18 indicators are divided into seven categories. These are accessibility, efficiency, congestion costs (economy), resource use, emissions (ecology), human health and social justice (social issues). In addition, five institutional indicators are included to cover the aim and re-sponsibilities of city authorities.