Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans 2.0: One Day Training Session

A Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan is a strategic plan designed to satisfy the mobility needs of people and businesses in cities and their surroundings to enable a better quality of life.

The concept of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) has seen a wide take-up in Europe in recent years. Now, after receiving feedback from cities and practitioners as well as facing the fact that not all plans labelled as SUMP are meeting key SUMP criteria, the European Commission has published revised guidance for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning.

Publishing the new guidance raises questions such as what new elements does the new SUMP concept offer? How are experiences by cities and practitioners reflected? How does SUMP 2.0 meet national regulations and laws? And how should we deal with the high quantity of topics that need to be included to a SUMP process?

TPS, in conjunction with the Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT), Irish Planning Institute, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) and ELTIS are delighted to announce a free one day training course on the new SUMP guidance to be held at the NTA Offices. The course will provide details on the principles of SUMP, reflecting on changes in policy and new concepts for urban mobility planning.

The training day delivers discussion based presentations, practical examples from across Europe and practical exercises for delivery of SUMP processes. The day will be facilitated by Claus Köllinger, an ELTIS team member in the design and delivery of SUMP training events.

Venue: NTA Offices, Harcourt Lane, Dun Scéine, Dublin 2

Please arrive at 09:00 for a 09:30 start

All TPS members welcome, but please register your interest as soon as possible at as numbers may be limited.


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