The objective of the GO SUMP Policy briefs document is to provide final policy recommendations based on the urban mobility measures and strategies developed by the modular projects within the Interreg MED urban transport community. Key recommendations have been consolidated into one document; the Go SUMP Policy briefs.
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.
During the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW), from 22 to 26 June 2020, outstanding projects will be celebrated for their innovation and impact. If your work focuses on clean, sustainable and renewable energy, and you believe your projects deserve Europe-wide recognition, apply for the EU Sustainable Energy Awards by 27 January 2020.