Project good practices

The objective of the practice was the development of national guidelines to support the development of SUMPs in Greece.
Location: Στερεά Ελλάδα, Greece (Ελλαδα)
Project: REFORM
The Region funded SUMPs development through its 2014-2020 ROP in order to enhance the adaptation of the sustainable mobility in the region.
Location: Ήπειρος, Greece (Ελλαδα)
Project: REFORM
The Region Parkstad Limburg aims to integrate mobility measures from its Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) in its regional energy plan (PALET).
Location: Limburg (NL), Netherlands (Nederland)
Project: REFORM
Example of a cooperation framework between the Region Parkstad Limburg & municipalities for the development of a Regional SUMP (Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan)
Location: Limburg (NL), Netherlands (Nederland)
Project: REFORM
Employers stimulate the sustainable transport of their employees by offering pilot deals for public transport, (electric) bikes, carpooling, etc.
Location: Limburg (NL), Netherlands (Nederland)
Project: REFORM
Demonstrates how effective SUMP preparation and development can be closely aligned to wide topics such as environmental protection and Low Emission Zone.
Location: North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Project: REFORM
The objective of this pratice is decreasing vehicular accessor to the “Area C” (i.e. LTZ) of Milan, displaying a good method of citizen involvement.
Location: Lombardia, Italy (Italia)
Project: REFORM
This GP is about a centralized public company that manages innovative ICT projects, network infrastructure and big data for the Region and all Municipalities
Location: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Italia)
Project: REFORM
This practice shows how Region Emilia Romagna fostered SUMP adoption in municipalities with more than 50,000 inhabitants
Location: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Italia)
Project: REFORM
It was implemented in twelve municipalities to gain new knowledge and create examples of how land-use planning principles can be integrated in real life
Location: Västsverige, Sweden (Sverige)
Project: REFORM
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