Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) Toolkit

The SUMP Toolkit is a set of products intended to support national and local government officials, planning practitioners, and policy makers of transitional and developing countries to design and implement a process for developing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP).

To offer practical advice to implement a SUMP, the SUMP Toolkit builds on existing planning practices and takes into consideration integration, participation and evaluation principles following the MobiliseYourCity approach.


Sustainable Urban Transport in the Developing World: Beyond Megacities

This article reviews the potential role and impact of nine commonly considered options when transitioning to...
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Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans iNUA#1: Implementing the New Urban Agenda

The main goal of the Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP) is to assist developing and transitioning...
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Good Practices SUMPs

This selection of Good Practices offers politicians, officials from local and national governments as well as...
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Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning in Metropolitan Regions

The SUMP topic guides were created to supplement the guidelines. They were also updated with the...
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SUMP Guidelines 2.0

This is Europe’s major strategic planning instrument for authorities to develop and implement a long-term sustainable...
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MobiliseYourCity: SUMP Factsheet

This factsheet explains the concept of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) and how MobiliseYourCity supports local...
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Coordination and Steering Structure

A tool for the main stakeholders to set up a steering structure for SUMP development and...
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Data-Mining Tool

This tool allows the user to systematically collect, store and evaluate transport data for any country....
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SHAPE-IT Guidelines for Policy-Makers

This resource contains ten practical recommendations for using SUMP as a tool for integrating policy goals...
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Institutional Cooperation: “CH4LLENGE Kit”

The EU project CH4LLENGE sought to identify and help assist with pressing challenges of SUMP development....
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SUMP Model Terms of Reference

This document constitutes the official model of Terms of Reference for the development of a Sustainable...
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Stakeholder Mapping

The Stakeholder Map helps identify and visualise the relevant stakeholders and their relationships, thereby facilitating a...
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Annotated Table of Contents for Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs)

The document provides information on how a SUMP (or other related strategic mobility planning document) is...
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MobiliseDays Standard Terms of Reference

MobiliseDays refers to an initiation measure for the preparation of potential technical assistance. MobiliseDays focus usually...
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