Tag Archive: Mobility Management

  1. SUMP Topic Guide for smaller cities and towns: Hungarian translation now available

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    Source: Eltis, H. Figg

    Sustainable urban mobility planning (SUMP) provides an approach to dealing with the complex urban transport problems across Europe. The new guide offers insight to planners in cities with a population of less than 100,000 and is now newly published in Hungarian to increase accessibility further.

    Translated and published by Magyar CIVINET, the guide will support cities in developing more and better SUMPs. Eltis shares, “Smaller cities and towns often have fewer resources and expertise for strategic mobility planning, making it more difficult to develop SUMPs. They also tend to have a stronger car dependency and weaker public transport, which can make it feel even more daunting to pursue a sustainable vision. On the other hand, smaller cities and towns often have well-connected social communities and more walkable and bikeable distances, offering ideal opportunities for sustainable mobility.”

    The original release can be accessed, here.

    The Hungarian translation can be accessed, here.

    Other SUMP topic guides can be found, here.

  2. Toolbox for Mobility Management produced by cities.multimodal project

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    The cities.multimodal project (2017-2021), co-funded by the EU, aims to transition urban transport towards low carbon mobility. It has brought together cities and industry experts to find and implement sustainable mobility solutions in the Baltic Sea Region.

    “Within the project, partner cities developed and applied contemporary sustainable urban mobility approaches, with various activities and measures being implemented to promote walking, cycling, public transport and shared mobility services as more favourable alternatives to private car use.

    The project, which concluded earlier this year, resulted in the publication of three final documents, including a Planner’s Guide to Sustainable Urban Mobility Management and a Toolbox for Mobility Management.”

    The Toolbox for Mobility Management offers both advice and information, allowing institutions to easily and effectively apply this sustainable approach to their travel practices. There are clear and comprehensive chapters for each target group, encouraging local projects to be set up within their community. The project’s goal is to engage as many as possible in implementing relevant Mobility Management concepts.

    Source: https://www.eltis.org/resources/tools/toolbox-mobility-management?utm_source=Ricardo-AEA%20Ltd&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=12681175_Copy%20of%20ELTIS%2FED62677104%2FNewsletter_September&dm_i=DA4,7JSUV,RK9AWU,UQ3LG,1

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