By 2050, the European Green Deal aims to cut transport-related greenhouse gas emissions by 90%. To reach this target, our European leaders have been setting ambitious targets to make mobility sustainable, smart and resilient. One all-encompassing strategy emphasized in many policy documents that combines sustainable and integrative planning processes for urban areas is Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs).  

How does a SUMP differ from traditional transport plans? 

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Module 2 :
SUMPs - Concept and process

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To develop a SUMP, one has to take into consideration these eight principles.

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The SUMP process has four phases and can be broken down into twelve specific actions.

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A successful transition to sustainable mobility involves active support from the public and stakeholders. Citizens' and stakeholders' involvement may help to build a strong basis for collaborative planning, strengthen the knowledge base, examine fresh ideas and viewpoints, and improve the overall quality and legitimacy of decision-making. 

 

Go through this presentation to learn the importance of participation in the SUMP process and how to conduct a participation trajectory. 

What are the recommended involvement tools for each SUMP process? 

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Click on these boxes to see different citizen engagement methods.

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