Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) – Updated

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Explore Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) in this course. Grasp the model’s role in city transitions, ensuring integrated solutions and sustainability in technical, economic, environmental, and social aspects. Delve into challenges and learn from successful examples shaping urban landscapes.

By the end of this course, you will be able to:  

  • Explain why sustainable urban mobility planning is important and the diference from the traditional approaches
  • Describe the main ingredients for developing and implementing SUMP, including national framework, governance structures, funding routes, and data requirements for monitoring progress.
  • Learn what is needed to engage stakeholders and citizens.

This course has been developped with the support of Rupprecht Consult, an independant private research and consultancy company based in Cologne since 1996. Their mission is to contribute to sustainable development of cities and regions in Europe and worldwide.

This course is aimed at urban planners, city officials and transport professionals safety health specialists and anyone interested in the topic of sustainable urban mobility plans.

Modules

4 modules

Recommended schedule

1 day

Total length

1 hour and 30 minutes


About the Course


Free & Paid options

You can access and participate in the course for free. If you want to earn a  certificate upon completion, you can purchase it. The certificate will be accessible only once the course is successfully completed. Read more here.

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Andrei Opait
Posted 5 days ago
Helps a lot with understanding what a SUMP really is

I really enjoyed this course, and it helped me understand more deeply what a SUMP is, how it got "created" and what it's main actions and achievements are. I hope it will help me with my university work and maybe someday help me become an active person in this change.

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Zana Bosnic
Posted 2 months ago
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Nick G
Posted 2 months ago
Introductory course on Sustainable Mobility

Overall I liked the course, it provided a general understanding of SUMP and its structural elements and stages. It was nice to learn about the cases of particular cities. Sometimes I felt like the messages and ideas were a bit repetitive, but it was not too bad. I also appreciate that there were links to supplementary materials and web-resources, which I found quite interesting.

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