• New SUMP Self-Assessment tool launched

    You would like to develop a SUMP, but don't know where to start? You would like to evaluate the status of mobility planning in your city and receive tailored feedback how to further improve?
  • Decision Makers Summary on SUMP Guidelines - out now

    An interactive summary to make the SUMP Guidelines more accessible and easy to use has been created for decision-makers.
  • Annex to the SUMP Guidelines available now

    The Annex To The Guidelines For Developing And Implementing A Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (2nd Edition) is now available. The annex contains a collection of European SUMP stories, a glossary, checklists for all SUMP Phases, and an overview of all SUMP Guidance documents - and the experts who took part in consultations. Available to download now from Eltis.
  • Combining the introduction of a restrictive low emission zone with a large investment plan for public transportation

    The Lille Metropole authority is implementing a restrictive Low Emission Zone (LEZ) alongside a massive €2 billion investment plan for short- and long-term public transport infrastructure and services.

  • Pedestrianisation of Ljubljana city centre

    As recently as 2007, the city centre of Ljubljana was dominated by high volumes of motorised traffic. In 2007 a large-scale initiative to pedestrianise city centre streets was started; today, the pedestrian area of Ljubljana covers more than 10 hectares.
  • Eltis newsletter - February 2020

    This month, hydrogen for transport features in two news items, heralding the increasing opportunities offered by this exciting alternative to traditional fuels.