The Baltic Sea Region Competence Centre on SUMP brings together the knowledge and good examples of sustainable urban mobility planning from the Baltic Sea Region. The aim of the competence centre is to assist cities in developing their SUMPs by giving information and support, facilitating exchange of knowledge and experiences as well as offering training opportunities. The Good Examples database collects SUMP related cases from around the region and is one of the services provided by the competence centre.
The city of Tartu prepared a sustainable urban mobility plan (SUMP) as a part of the Bustrip project. During the preparation process, Tartu carried our stakeholder cooperation seminars and working groups.
The City Council of Lund embraced the first traffic strategy LundaMaTs in 1999. In 2006, the strategy was updated and is now called LundaMaTs II. LundaMaTs II is an ambitious and long term strategy with goals set for 2030.
The status analysis took more time and effort than the city of Turku expected, but it proved to be one of the most fruitful parts of the planning process.
A SUMP requires a new way of thinking for many local authorities. This can cause problems in cities where previous transport plans were centred around the use of cars. This change in thinking was the challenge facing the city of Örebro, Sweden, during the development of their sustainable urban mobility plan, within the BUSTRIP project.
Accessibility studies conducted in the Helsinki Region helped to develop a Transport System Plan to support the use of more sustainable modes of transport and set the framework for future development.
Polska platforma na temat SUMP zawiera informacje o tym, jak rozwinąć Plan Transportu Zbiorowego w SUMP. Mogą Państwo znaleźć tu też terminy seminariów oraz szkoleń, publikacje jak również listę ekspertów w dziedzinie transportu miejskiego wraz z danymi kontaktowymi.