The key outputs of the CH4LLENGE project are now available for download in nine European languages! The SUMP Kits address the four most pressing challenges in the development and implementation of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans: participation, cooperation, measure identification and monitoring and evaluation.
Is your mobility plan a genuine Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan? You can now find out using the free, online SUMP Self-Assessment Tool, which was developed in the context of the CH4LLENGE project! It is available on the European Platform on SUMPs - www.eltis.org.
Less than two years after the publication of the European Commission’s Urban Mobility Package (2013) and related Guidelines (2014), there is now a large and expanding network of cities committed to the preparation and implementation of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans. This includes cities and institutions involved in various EU projects and initiatives, designed to drive forward mobility planning research, practice and innovation.
Discover the CH4LLENGE online course on developing and implementing Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) and learn more about SUMP Basics from the comfort of your office or home!
The course offers an overview of the SUMP concept and its benefits, describes the ever-growing importance of SUMPs in Europe and has a closer look at the SUMP development process as well as the challenges cities often face when developing and implementing a SUMP.
On Thursday February 26th 2015, several partners of the CH4LLENGE project and 5 Starter Follower cities met in Brussels for a knowledge exchange workshop. Three barriers to the planning and the implementation of SUMPs have been discussed and best practice and experience from partner cities and experts was provided for the Starter Follower cities.
The CH4LLENGE Universities were targeted at students and young professionals from fields relevant to SUMP. This helps to increase awareness and expertise on SUMP among the next generation of planners and decision-makers in countries like Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, and Croatia.
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