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  1. SUMP Guidelines Chapter
    02 September 2015

    Activity 1.2: Assess impact of regional/national framework

    Rationale A Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan focusses on urban mobility at the urban agglomeration level. Nevertheless, the plan is embedded in a wider regional and national planning framework on urban...

  2. SUMP Guidelines Chapter
    02 September 2015

    Activity 1.3: Conduct self-assessment

    Rationale A self- assessment at the beginning of the plan development process is needed to identify strengths and weaknesses of your current planning practices and to understand your own potential to...

  3. SUMP Guidelines Chapter
    02 September 2015

    Activity 1.4: Review availability of resources

    Rationale Closely linked to the self- assessment is the question of the available resources for carrying out the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan development process and for implementing measures. This...

  4. SUMP Guidelines Chapter
    03 September 2015

    Activity 1.5: Define basic timeline

    Rationale Ensuring the right timing is a key to success. The activities in the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan development process partly depend on each other – interdependencies need to be carefully...

  5. SUMP Guidelines Chapter
    03 September 2015

    Activity 1.6: Identify key actors and stakeholders

    Rationale Identifying urban mobility stakeholders and understanding their potential role and position in the process is important to achieve the overall goals of sustainable urban mobility planning. This...

  6. SUMP Guidelines Chapter
    03 September 2015

    Step 2: Define the development process and scope of plan

    The Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan development process needs to be tailored to the local situation. This includes as a crucial step the definition of the geographical scope of the plan, which ideally...

  7. SUMP Guidelines Chapter
    03 September 2015

    Activity 2.1: Look beyond your own boundaries and responsibilities

    Rationale A plan must relate testglossary to a specific territory for which it is performed. The most suitable spatial coverage needs to be agreed on by the stakeholders concerned. On the one audit, this...

  8. SUMP Guidelines Chapter
    03 September 2015

    Activity 2.2: Strive for policy coordination and an integrated planning approach

    Rationale A principal shortcoming of urban transport planning today is the lack of coordination between policies and organisations, far beyond an integration of transport modes (e.g. coordination with land...

  9. SUMP Guidelines Chapter
    03 September 2015

    Activity 2.3: Plan stakeholder and citizen involvement

    Rationale Working with stakeholders is generally considered common practice – but often only certain stakeholders actually have a say in planning. It is crucial to involve all different types of...

  10. SUMP Guidelines Chapter
    03 September 2015

    Activity 2.4: Agree on work plan and management arrangements

    Rationale Developing and implementing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan is a complex process. While a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan is building on existing plan ning practices, these practices may have to...