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Effective policies and measures require the involvement and ownership of stakeholders, including the wider public. A strategy that includes the public and stakeholders can help cities undertake effective reviews and host discussions that can strengthen urban mobility plans and enable greater chances of success.

By ChloeMispelon / Updated: 12 Apr 2018

Shared mobility enabling MaaS in Milan’s SUMP


The city of Milan has just adopted its Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan after 3.5 years of preparation. The process involved several public consultations under the supervision of a Scientific Steering Committee. The SUMP is based on an appropriate Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and a Cost Benefit Analysis. The Plan aims at reshaping Milan’s overall mobility over the next 10 years, redefining the boundaries of the metropolitan city and serving large suburban areas.

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By elemobility2018 / Updated: 12 Apr 2018

Questionnaire on consumer choices and expectations for electric vehicles


Dear all! I am conducting a research on electric cars. I will be grateful if you could take few minutes of your time to answer the questions. https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/emobility_2018
Please note that no personal detail is required.
Thank you very much in advance!
Kind regards,
Tamara Demydenko

By Florinda Boschetti / Updated: 04 Apr 2018
By Hannah Figg / Updated: 04 Apr 2018

National Transport Authority outlines €3bn underground Metro plan for Dublin



National Transport Authority (NTA) and Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) have recently announced details of the Emerging Preferred Route for MetroLink, the metro service that will run from Estuary north of Swords to Sandyford on the southside, serving Dublin Airport and the City Centre.

Public consultation on the project gets under way immediately and the MetroLink is scheduled to be operational by 2027.

By Fred Dotter / Updated: 29 Mar 2018

New CIVITAS PROSPERITY Innovation Briefs out now


CIVITAS PROSPERITY stands for innovation. And as such, the project offers insights to interesting topics via its Innovation Briefs that are relevant for making SUMPs more attractive, more up-to-date and more effective. The two latest CIVITAS PROSPERITY Innovation Briefs are now available: 'Placemaking Strategies and SUMPs', as well as 'Children as active stakeholders in the process of city transformation'.

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By Fiona Twisse / Updated: 18 Jul 2018
By Hannah Figg / Updated: 27 Mar 2018

Webinar: Smart mobility solutions in Antwerp, Madrid and Berlin

Antwerp, Madrid and Berlin are at the forefront of sustainable mobility in Europe. Get an insight into some of their most successful achievements, ranging from high-level travel planners to innovative electric mobility solutions and efficient bike sharing systems.

This webinar is organised by SIMPLA, a project funded under the Horizon2020 programme, dealing with the harmonization of energy and mobility planning.

15:00 to 16:20 CEST

By ChloeMispelon / Updated: 27 Mar 2018

Turda SUMP: an ambitious yet accurate first SUMP from a mid-sized Eastern European city.


The first SUMP of the city of Turda is well structured with clear planning vision and also concrete measures to be implemented in the short term. It includes objectives, instruments (including financing plans) and measurable targets. It is a source of inspiration for small/medium size cities with little or no background in sustainable urban planning.

By Fiona Twisse / Updated: 22 Mar 2018
By rswa178 / Updated: 04 Apr 2018

Deadline extended for applications to join next SUMPs-Up learning programmes


Does your city want support in developing a package of measures for a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP)? Is your city or region in the process of elaborating a SUMP? Then apply to join the next round of the SUMP Learning Programme (SLP) from CIVITAS SUMPs-Up!

The application deadline has been extended to 18:00 CET on 23 April.

Up to 40 planning authorities have the chance to participate in SLP 3 and 4, which start in September and December 2018 respectively. Together these two groups of mobility practitioners will form the second Expert Group of SUMP cities.