The Award for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP Award)
The Award for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP Award) recognised local authorities that have developed an outstanding sustainable urban mobility plan (SUMP) and contributed aspects in the framework of the annual theme of the European Mobility Week (EMW) project.
The SUMP award was handed out between 2012 and 2022 during an annual joint ceremony with the EMW Award in Spring each year.
Thematic focus of the SUMP Award
The award highlights a different aspect of mobility planning in each edition:
- The 10th SUMP Award focused on Stay safe and healthy with sustainable mobility, promoting health and safety in urban transport planning.
- The 9th SUMP Award focused on zero-emission mobility for all, promoting emission-reduction strategies and the promotion of accessible and inclusive transport.
- The 8th SUMP Award recognised outstanding work on encouraging walking & cycling as the preferred modes of mobility in urban areas.
- The 7th SUMP Award will focused on multimodality, which has been declared theme of the year by the European Commission - DG MOVE.
- The 6th SUMP Award focused on shared mobility in sustainable urban mobility planning.
- The 5th SUMP Award acknowledged the integration of urban freight in transport planning.
- The 4th SUMP Award focused on providing multimodality and intermodality in sustainable urban mobility planning.
- The 3rd SUMP Award recognised outstanding work regarding monitoring and evaluation of the SUMP
- The 2nd SUMP Award edition looked at successful territorial and policy integration.
- The 1st edition of the award opened in 2012 and recognised stakeholder and citizen participation in the SUMP process
SUMP Award winners
All award winners and finalists were:
10th SUMP Award:
9th SUMP Award:
8th SUMP Award:
7th SUMP Award:
6th SUMP Award:
5th SUMP Award:
4th SUMP Award:
- Winner: Malmö (SE) (video)
- Finalists: Utrecht (NL) | Vienna (AU) (video introducing the finalists)
3rd SUMP Award:
- Winner: Bremen (DE) (Eltis case study) (video)
- Finalists: Dresden (DE) (Eltis case study) (video) | Ghent (BE) (Eltis case study) (video)
- Special Prize of the Jury: Thessaloniki (EL) (Eltis case study)
2nd SUMP Award:
- Winner: Rivas Vaciamadrid (ES) (Eltis case study) (video)
- Finalists: Strasbourg (FR) (video) | Vitoria-Gasteiz (ES) (video)
1st SUMP Award:
- Winner: Aberdeen (GB) (Eltis case study) (video)
- Finalists: Ljutomer (SI) (Eltis case study) (video) | Tolouse (FR) (video)
Key deliverables attachment:
Januar, 2018 bis Dezember, 2022