“WYCA wants to draw on its strengths in SUMP from its experience of three Local Transport Plans (LTPs) to share good practice in respect of institutional cooperation. WYCA is continuously refining its governance arrangements for decision making by partners on the LTP and is developing new institutional cooperation models for the establishment of a Combined Authority. WYCA also hopes to learn from others in CH4LLENGE to address LTP weaknesses and develop practice towards optimising LTP outcomes.” Read more about WYCA’s activities in CH4LLENGE
"Timisoara is proud to be part of the CH4LLENGE project, in a systemic and efficient work that will add value to our cities' urban mobility."
"City of Krakow aims to learn from more SUMP - advanced cities and is committed to advance its SUMP process. Participation in the CH4LLENGE project will help the city to better organise and increase efficiency of continuous sustainable development of urban transport."
"With the help of the CH4LLENGE project, the city of Gent will build out a local traffic center, with the focus on stakeholder involvement."
"The City of Dresden is advanced in the local SUMP circle. Participation in the CH4LLENGE project will help to qualify the Dresden SUMP process and to improve planning processes for sustainable urban mobility strategies in European cities."
"The city of Brno is ready to start the SUMP process with the help of the CH4LLENGE project!"
“BKK’s goal is to make the transport system of Budapest more sustainable. Creation of a good SUMP is the first step along this way, therefore it is essential to participate in CH4LLENGE.”
"Although Amiens is already committed to its SUMP process, the CH4LLENGE Project provides a unique opportunity to share experiences at European level and to get new tools from others partners!"