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4th SUMP Conference presentations

By Roberto Tomasi / Updated: 26 Apr 2017

All presentations, session summaries and key messages of the parallel sessions are now available for download. For more information, please have a look at the Conference Programme.

PLENARY SESSIONS

 

Opening Plenary Session | Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Market Place | Wednesday, 29 March 2017

  • Market Place holders from more than 15 EU-funded projects and initiatives - Market Place

Opening plenary session | Thursday, 30 March 2017

Closing Plenary Session | Thursday, 30 March 2017

 

PARALLEL SESSIONS A - THE BIG PICTURE

 

A1: To whom does public space belong – to machines or to people?

Session Summary & Key Messages

A2: SUMPs for cities with very large numbers of tourists

Session Summary & Key Messages

A3: Better urban environmentinfo-icon, quality of lifeinfo-icon, and public health. How do SUMPs help?

Session Summary & Key Messages

A4: Large regeneration areas and their relationship to SUMPs

Session Summary & Key Messages

 

PARALLEL SESSIONS B - MAKING THE SUMP FRAMEWORK MORE EFFECTIVE

 

B1: How SEAP, SECAP and SUMP can support each other

Session Summary & Key Messages

B2: National programmes to support SUMP development and implementation

Session Summary & Key Messages

B3: Parking management and SUMP

Session Summary & Key Messages

B4: Intelligent technology in urban mobility – how IT solutions can help to achieve SUMP objectives

Session Summary & Key Messages

 

PARALLEL SESSIONS C - THE INTEGRATIONinfo-icon AND INNOVATION CHALLENGE

 

C1: Result-driven planning using SUMP indicators

Session Summary & Key Messages

C2: Freight transport and SUMPs

Session Summary & Key Messages

C3: Local strategies in SUMP development

Session Summary & Key Messages

C4: Accessibilityinfo-icon and integration for people with reduced mobility in SUMPs

Session Summary & Key Messages

 

PARALLEL SESSIONS D - PLANNING TECHNIQUES (CHALLENGE SESSIONS)

 

D1: Slowing traffic and reallocating roadspace away from traffic: good for your city and its economy

Session Summary & Key Messages

D2: Low cost, big impact measures and how to convince politicians that they are worthwhile

Session Summary & Key Messages

D3: Suburbanisation and rural areas: the role of SUMPs

Session Summary & Key Messages

D4: How does the idea of SMART Cities fit to the SUMP approach?

Session Summary & Key Messages

    Date: 
    10 Apr 2017
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