Eltis Spotlight

The concept of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMP) has been adopted widely in Europe over the last years. However, new developments in society and technology, as well as valuable experiences from practical implementation require an update of the Guidelines.

The 2018 SUMP Award on multimodality is now open for applications! The call for applications is open until 1 October 2018.

First introduced by the European Commission in 2012, the award helps showcase successful SUMP implementation and honours cities that are demonstrating excellence and raising the profile of SUMPs across Europe. 

In addition to the latest news and forthcoming events, July’s Newsletter features two additional sections highlighting new Eltis case study material and video content.

19 Jul 2018 - Scheme appraisal, Quality, audits and benchmarking
17 Jul 2018 - Urban mobility planning, Policy and research, Scheme appraisal, Public and stakeholder involvement
16 Jul 2018 - Quality, audits and benchmarking, Walking and cycling
16 Jul 2018 - Policy and research, Collective passenger transport

03 Sep 2018 to 04 Sep 2018
More and more cities in Europe have taken the decision to provide free...
Dunkerque, France
13 Sep 2018 to 14 Sep 2018
Citytech focuses on modern and future cities with the aim of identifying...
Milan, Italy
16 Sep 2018 to 22 Sep 2018
EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK is DG MOVE's flagship annual campaign, taking...
, Europe-wide

Public and stakeholder involvement
Study from the European Commission - Mobility and Transport Directorate...
Walking and cycling
There exist numerous handbooks and good practice collections which...
Urban mobility planning
Through a set of 19 sustainable mobility indicators, this tool supports...