SUMP (Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans) Training and Capacity Building in EU countries
By 2026, having a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) is expected to be a requirement for 424 European cities classified as an urban node on the TEN-T network. To enhance the expertise of urban mobility planners with SUMP knowledge the EU started a support program for cities and national governments. Goudappel, - as part of a consortium led by TRT, has been commissioned by the EIB/Jaspers to implement this program for SUMP Training and Capacity Building in multiple EU countries.
A Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) is a strategic plan in accordance with EU guidelines. Important aspects of a SUMP are monitoring and evaluation of progress towards sustainability goals.Read more about SUMP here
About the project
In collaboration with TRT, DTV Consultants, TREDIT, TIS, Stratec en Eurocities, we host more than 20 training sessions and workshops in the next 2 years. Subjects covered during these sessions include:
- City oriented SUMP training: including SUMP methodology, strategic planning, organizational aspects, climate change, environmental considerations, stakeholder engagement, communication and promotion, demand analysis, spatial planning, freight and lofistics, innovation, traffic safety, and social inclusion.
- National SUMP Support Programmes (NSSP): NSSP concepts, EC guidance, guest speakers, Q&A sessions, systemic barriers, national legislations, SUMP financial support, SUMP platforms, SUMP guidance, and monitoring and evaluation at the national level
The SUMP training sessions and NSSP workshops will be delivered by 4 key experts, including Goudappel’s Christiaan Kwantes. They will be supported by a pool of other experts.
Strenghten SUMP implementation and governance
The primary goal of this project is to improve the technical and policy expertise of urban transport planners regarding SUMPs and by doing so facilitate the SUMP implementation at a city and regional level. This will consequently strengthen SUMP implementation and governance across Europe.
Client: European Investment Bank (EIB)
Year: 2023 – ongoing