Addressing urban mobility challenges

SUMP PLUS

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Duration: 2019 - 2011

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ABSTRACT

SUMP-PLUS is a three-year project, designed to address urban mobility-related challenges and to exploit new opportunities, by developing a strong, rigorous evidence base through co-created City Laboratories approach building, in most cases, on the strengths of the existing SUMPs and SULPs or on developing such plans where they do not exist (in particular, in order to validate a SUMP-lite concept).

 

This approach is to be demonstrated in six EU cities / city regions: Alba Iulia (RO), Antwerp (BE), Klaipėda (LT), Lucca (IT), Greater Manchester (UK), and Platanias (GR). SUMP-PLUS will develop and apply transition pathways towards more sustainable cities taking into account the need to establish stronger links with other urban system components.

EIP's role in the project

Cross work package envolvement, focusing on Future scenarios: new technologies, demographics and patterns of demand

In the MORE project EIP focuses on:

  • Assessing and projecting future lifestyle changes that

will impact on the user needs on multi-modal corridors

  • The definition of scenarios for future demand and supply on MORE corridors

  • Reviewing the current practice for stakeholer engagement in corridor planning and management, deploying methods for the process evaluation and generating common recommendations

  • Project awareness and branding strategy

Project partners

  • University College London - Coordinator

  • Technische Universität Dresden

  • Fondation Nationale des Science Politiques

  • PTV Group

  • Dynniq

  • VECTOS (SOUTH) LIMITED

  • Buchanan Computing

  • European Integrated Projects

  • POLIS

  • Union Internationale des Transports Publics

  • IRU Projects asbl

  • International Federation of Pedestrians

  • European Cyclists’ Federation

  • Center for Budapest Transport

  • Câmara Municipal de Lisboa

  • Transport for London

  • Traffic Transportation Division Malmo

  • Constanta Municipality

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