SUMP development and implementation: The importance of training

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Od Ella Andrew / Aktualizováno: 23 Jun 2020

The Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) concept was introduced by the European Commission in 2013, as a tool to encourage the shift towards more sustainable modes of transport. A second edition of the SUMP guidelines was released in October 2019, marking a new era for SUMP training opportunities.

Training and planning are essential elements of SUMP development and implementation. Several training opportunities are available for local practitioners, from online courses to self-assessment tools. Amongst the many free resources, Eltis provides Mobility Plan resources, which include detailed information about SUMP processes, as well as helpful training materials.

Browse Eltis to access free training materials, best practice SUMP examples and other useful resources.

Country: 
Europe-wide
City: 
Europe-wide
Author: 
Eltis Mobility Portal
Source: 
Eltis
Topic: 
Urban mobility planning