By first publishing in English, the 2nd edition of the SUMP Guidelines was made available to cities worldwide in 2019. Meanwhile, many national institutions have been working to translate the SUMP Guidelines into their own language – to make them even easier to use and to establish the concept of SUMPs in their own country.
A Croatian version has been developed by the City of Koprivnica as part of the LOW-CARB project, which was funded by the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE programme that aims to enhance capacities for integrated low-carbon mobility planning for functional urban areas in Central Europe countries. With this release, Croatian decision-makers and planners are encouraged to apply the concept of SUMP and establish integrated planning practices.
All current and future translations are available to download as documents from the SUMP Guidelines page on Eltis.