About: This document has been developed within the framework of the SUMPs-Up project, co-funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme (Grant Agreement no. 690669). The SUMPs-Up project was coordinated by Ana Drăguțescu (ICLEI European Secretariat).
Citation: Rupprecht Consult - Forschung & Beratung GmbH (editor), Guidelines for Developing and Implementing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan, Second Edition, 2019.
Authors: Siegfried Rupprecht, Lasse Brand, Susanne Böhler- Baedeker, Lisa Marie Brunner, Rupprecht Consult - Forschung & Beratung GmbH. Parts of this document are based on: Rupprecht Consult, Guidelines. Developing and Implementing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (2013), which is the copyright of the European Commission.
Contributing authors: Anthony Colclough, EUROCITIES (Chapter 1.2); Ana Dragutescu, Elma Meskovic and Marko Horvat, ICLEI (Chapter 1.4, Activity 10.2); Thomas Durlin, Cerema (Chapter 1.5); Stefan Werland and Frederic Rudolph, Wuppertal Institute (Activity 8.2 and 9.1); Sasank Vemuri, GIZ and MobiliseYourCity (Activity 8.2 and 9.1); Dirk Lauwers, Ghent University (Measuring accessibility with the Flemish ‘Mobiscore approach’); TRT Transporti e Territorio (Modelling tools in the SUMP process), EIB/JASPERS (Major infrastructure projects in Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning; Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning) Els Vandenbroeck and Evelien Bossuyt, Mobiel21 (Linking SUMP with social inclusion policies).
Coordination of Good Practice Examples: Lasse Brand, Lisa Marie Brunner (Rupprecht Consult); Matilde Chinellato (EUROCITIES); Maija Rusanen, Esther Kreutz (UBC Sustainable Cities Commission); Thomas Morey, Alessia Giorgiutti (Polis); Elma Meskovic, Ana Dragutescu, Marko Horvat (ICLEI); all authors of the Good Practice Examples are listed in Annex C.
Peer reviewers: Prof Peter Jones, Professor of Transport and Sustainable Development, University College London; Prof Anthony D May OBE FREng, Emeritus Professor of Transport Engineering, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds; Frank Wefering, Director of Sustainability (Greenman-Pedersen, Inc.), New York.
Acknowledgement: This publication is made possible thanks to the valuable contributions of participants in various consultation workshops (see Annex E) and from organisations and individuals involved in the SUMP Coordination Platform. The following experts have provided extensive comments: Thomas Durlin, Cerema; Caroline Mattsson, Trivector; Ivo Cré, Polis; Tom Rye, Edinburgh Napier University; as well as representatives of the European Commission (Directorates-General for Mobility and Transport, for Regional and Urban Policy, and for Environment), the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) and the European Investment Bank/Jaspers Programme.
Proofreading: Elma Meskovic, Richard Adams, Reggie Tricker (ICLEI), Gabi Wegeler, Amelie Metze, Bonnie Fenton (Rupprecht Consult).
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