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  1. EMU article
    12 December 2014

    Poly-SUMP offers support to regions where mobility issues go beyond borders

    A Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) can be a useful tool for city leaders looking to improve urban transport in their municipality. But what can be done when mobility issues transcend city boundaries?...

  2. EMU article
    29 August 2013

    EcoMobility SHIFT Assessment and Audit Scheme- Measuring performance in sustainable urban mobility

    Six European municipalities assessed their performance in urban mobility using the EcoMobility SHIFT Assessment and Audit Scheme. The scheme emphasises that sustainable urban mobility requires a shift from...

  3. EMU article
    30 June 2013

    B-Track-B- Bike the track/ Track the bike

    Cycling is considered the best mode of transport for short distances (2 to 5 km), especially in urban areas where these are often leisure trips. The promotion of cycling to replace car travel is an...

  4. EMU article
    31 May 2013

    ADVANCE- Audit and Certification Scheme

    ADVANCE  is co-funded by the European Commission through the Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) programme. It helps cities and municipalities to implement and improve the quality of their Sustainable Urban...

  5. EMU article
    26 February 2015

    SUMP seminars encourage successful transport planning

    Each city service is one piece in a larger whole; only together do public utilities such as transport, waste collection, energy provision, water maintenance and other strands contribute to a functioning...

  6. EMU article
    27 April 2015

    SUMP awards showcase cities driving sustainable urban mobility planning in Europe

    In 2013 the European Commission set out the concept of a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP), a strategic planning document that deals with the complexity of urban mobility in a more sustainable and...

  7. EMU article
    27 May 2015

    New campaign on sustainable urban mobility

    Speed-dating on Östersund's buses (Sweden), hosting a Car-Free Day in Bologna's city centre (Italy) and getting residents involved in designing bicycle parking facilities in Zagreb (Croatia)....

  8. EMU article
    29 September 2014

    European Mobility Week urges citizens to re-examine use of urban space

    Almost 2 000 towns and cities participated in this year’s European Mobility Week campaign, with events such as sustainable commuting challenges, flash mobs, car-free days, creative competitions, festivals...

  9. EMU article
    29 June 2014

    Cities across Europe build on the SUMP concept

    From the outside, the common mobility denominator between Copenhagen, Brest, and Thessaloniki may not be immediately obvious. Copenhagen is the toast of urban cyclists, a city so linked with sustainable...

  10. EMU article
    29 April 2014

    Predicting the future effects of present day SUMPs

    For most of the last century, urban planners have shaped cities around the motor vehicle. The dominance of private vehicles has resulted in our cities becoming clogged with traffic, more polluted and noisy,...