Monitoring and evaluation

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Urban mobility measures should be monitored and evaluated to understand how they work and perform. This helps cities identify problems and areas for improvement, and record elements that have been a success.

A good monitoring and evaluation system will inform project reports and provide useful data to stakeholders on the urban mobility situation in their city.

 
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By Sofia Pechin / Updated: 01 Jun 2021

Cycle paths increase in Italy, although pollution is back to pre-Covid levels

The Mobilitaria 2021 report, which analyses air quality and mobility measures in Italian cities over the past year, was published at the end of April. It shows that, in spite of improvements in air quality during the first lockdown, in the second half of the year air pollution returned to pre-Covid levels.
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By bnemeth / Updated: 07 Sep 2021

Belgrade, finalist of the 9th SUMP Award – challenging reality meets ambitious targets

Belgrade, the Serbian capital and one of the most populated metropolitan cities of the Balkan region, was one of the finalists of the 9th SUMP Award, alongside the Greater Grenoble Area Mobility Authority (SMMAG) (FR) and Bilbao (ES). It earned this honour as a result of showing a clear and ambitious goal to implement its Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) despite a lack of quality infrastructure for active and sustainable modes of transport.

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By Patrick Troy / Updated: 19 May 2021
By bnemeth / Updated: 17 Aug 2021

Bilbao, a city in transformation – finalist of the 9th SUMP Award

Bilbao was one of the finalists of the 9th Award for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP Award), which focused on the theme of ‘zero emission mobility for all’. Amongst the three finalists, which also included the Greater Grenoble Area Mobility Authority (SMMAG) for Grenoble-Alpes’ SUMP (FR) and Belgrade (SRB), Bilbao was selected as a result of its clear focus on road safety and the prioritisation of non-motorised mobility. One essential step towards the implementation of the local SUMP was the decision to reduce the speed limit to 30 km/h in the entire city of Bilbao.

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By bnemeth / Updated: 11 May 2021

Greater Grenoble Area Mobility Authority convinces SUMP Award Jury with inclusive transport and decarbonisation efforts

In order to win the 9th Award for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP Award), the Greater Grenoble Area Mobility Authority (SMMAG) presented an extraordinary case, by combining strong ambitions with a detailed action plan until 2030. The 9th SUMP Award, that focused on the theme of ‘zero emission mobility for all’, was given to the Grenoble-Alpes Metropolitan Area, as it highlighted ambitious aims, including plans to significantly reduce the pollution derived from transport.

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By Conall Martin / Updated: 20 Apr 2021
By Alessia Giorgiutti / Updated: 15 Apr 2021
By Nikolett Csorgo / Updated: 26 Mar 2021
By Hannah Figg / Updated: 22 Mar 2021
By Hannah Figg / Updated: 24 Mar 2021