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Superblocks: streets designed for sustainable mobility

Summary: Vitoria-Gasteiz envisaged a new structure of mobility and urban space, in which city blocks built a network for different mobility modes.

Location: País Vasco, Spain (España)

Identification of SUMP stakeholders across sectors and modes of...

Summary: The objective is to involve the relevant and necessary stakeholders for the development of the SUMP and its articulation.

Location: Prov. Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium (Belgique-België)

"DI NUOVO IN CENTRO” Pedestrianisation of Bologna city centre

Summary: Bologna promoted an integrated programme to improve walkability in the city centre and build a different image of the city through new projects and rules.

Location: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Italia)

Cycling May – a campaign to promote active travel to school

Summary: The campaign is aimed at parents and pupils behaviour patterns in terms of school mobility, to promote active travels to school, eg: by bikes, scooters etc.

Location: Pomorskie, Poland (Polska)

ITS – High technical institute for sustainable mobility,...

Summary: ITS are high technical institutes aims at train highly specialized technicians in sectors that are strategical for the economic development of Piemonte Region

Location: Piemonte, Italy (Italia)

Bicycle infrastructure network in Seville urban Mobility

Summary: Seville had an increase of ciclyng in the modal split up from a very low one to 9% of the total mechanical trips due to the implementation of a ciclyng network

Location: Andalucía, Spain (España)

Use of Gamification platforms to boost Sustainable Mobility.

Summary: Gamification platforms help to motivate people to choose sustainable means of transport. They are also useful for sustainable mobility infrastructures design.

Location: Andalucía, Spain (España)

Policy Brief on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans

02/03/2017

SUMPs have gained considerable momentum in recent years as the planning concept to address the...

Type: Platform

Scaling SUMPs: the example of micro-SUMP in Lille (micro-PDU)

Summary: Lille Métropole introduced a concept of ‘subsidiarity’ to better tackle the local issues at the most relevant scale which sometimes is not the SUMP level.

Location: Nord - Pas-de-Calais, France

Reggio Emilia’s experience with electric vehicles

Summary: Reggio Emilia, with a mix of national and local funding, decided to set up different pilot projects in order to promote and spread the use of electric vehicles.

Location: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Italia)