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  • Published: January 2020

    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...

  • Published: November 2019

    This replication manual is developed by GO SUMP for the Interreg Med Urban Transport Community. It is inspired by similar publications developed in the framework of other EU-funded projects which...

  • Published: November 2019

    The Mediterranean Region has specific features like climate and biodiversity and all regions facing the Mediterranean Sea are concerned by intense vehicular traffic and by increasing tourism...

  • Published: April 2019

    This leaflet provides a series of succinct policy recommendations to local authorities, Member States and the EU on how to foster SUMP take-up in cities in Europe.

    Recommendations are...

  • Standards for Developing a SUMP Action Plan report
    Published: July 2018

    A report from the CIVITAS SUMPS-Up project provides city planners with the step-by-step know-how necessary to develop SUMP action plans. Furthermore, it takes into account different levels of SUMP...

  • SUMP Measure Selection Manuals
    Published: May 2018

    Despite increases in Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) support and knowledge for local authorities in recent years, SUMP take-up has remained relatively slow. There is a requirement for a...

  • Published: December 2017

    Study from the European Commission - Mobility and Transport Directorate General with the objective to develop guidance documents including best practices on six different aspects of urban...

  • Published: November 2017

    For cycling to be attractive, cycling infrastructure must be of high quality.

    Due to the high level of resources required to monitor cycling traffic locally, the cycling data available has...

  • Published: October 2017

    The TOD Standard stands for the rights of all to access the city: to walk and cycle safely, to easily and affordably reach the most distant destinations through rapid and frequent transit, and to...

  • Published: October 2017

    Streetmix is an open-source, interactive tool which can be used to design streets and street networks.

    It visualises the street design process and can be used by urban planners to design...