The approaches to sustainable urban mobility planning vary quite widely throughout Europe. The Baltic Sea Region Competence Centre on SUMP brings together the knowledge and good examples of sustainable urban mobility planning from the countries around the Baltic Sea.
The Good Examples database includes examples of complete plans that can be considered as SUMPs as well as examples of different elements of the mobility planning process that are relevant for SUMPs. Both, cities with a lot of experience with integrated planning approaches and cities initiating the SUMP process can learn from the examples.
The Wroclaw Transport Hub have been one of the largest and the most important transport hubs in entire Country. Wroclaw, the city with 634 000 residents, generates a very huge traffic, and also receives a large number of trips from the outside. The City have been struggling with ever-growing problem of traffic congestion- now Wroclaw is already the most congested city in Poland. According to data from ‘Korkometr Targeo’, each month’s delay caused by traffic jams amounted to more than 8.5...