Call for feedback on the SUMP Topic Guide on mobility planning for resilient cities

By Hannah Figg / Updated: 20 Jan 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the vulnerability of society's current way of life. Planners have become more aware of the necessity to increase resilience in cities beyond the immediate needs linked to the ongoing health crisis.

For this reason, the CIVITAS SATELLITE Coordination and Support Action, supported by projects from the CIVITAS Initiative, has prepared a SUMP Topic Guide on resilience. With a thematic focus on mobility, it is designed to guide cities responding to COVID-19 and assist them with their preparedness for any future crises that arise.

Following the interactive webinar that took place on 15 January, a consultation process was launched to allow stakeholders to feedback on the draft paper and to contribute to its development, ensuring that the document is relevant for all key urban mobility actors. 

The draft document is available for downloadFilehere - readers can add comments directly to the document. The same can be done with theFileannex.

Feedback on the document is invited until Friday 22 January. All documents should be sent to Ivo Cré or Laura Babío.

Further information and additional links can be found here.

Country: 
Europe-wide
Topic: 
Public and stakeholder involvement