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Tanzarella Elena

Junior Communication Officer


Annotated Outline for Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMP) - SUMP development guidance resources for developing and transition countries

Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) is a process based on the definition of common objectives and use of collaborative planning tools to deal with design, implementation, financing, and monitoring of mobility-related measures and projects. This mobility planning approach is being implemented with success in a variety of contexts, at diverse scales, in a wide range of cities and regions in Europe and around the world.
At the end of such a comprehensive transport planning process, a plan shall be delivered, which will constitute the SUMP of a city or metropolitan region. The final SUMP document shall summarize the main results of the entire SUMP process, which are the main mobility strategies and the implementation plan for short, medium- and long-term mobility policies and measures. This content is usually approved by urban policymakers.
This document is part of the MYC SUMP Toolkit and is an amendment to the MYC Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) Model Terms of Reference (2020). Both documents are aimed at technical planners and consultants in cities where integrated transport concepts called SUMP (Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans) are being developed.
The document provides information on how a SUMP (or other related strategic mobility planning document) is best structured and what information it should contain in order to achieve compliance with international SUMP standards. Structure and methodology follow the MYC SUMP development approach.

SUMP Toolkit
SUMP Toolkit

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