Please describe the main challenges your town/city is facing in relation to urban transport, the history of your local transport policy, and its objectives.
Your city is currently working on its:
Which phase of the SUMP process is your city in?
Please describe your SUMP targets, which phase the plan is in (preparation, goal setting, elaboration, implementation), and what the expected results of the plan are.
Please, describe why your town/city is an outstanding example for developing
safe walking and cycling in Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning. Please,
mention key field(s), approach(es) or measure(s) that make your town/city
This is an executive summary. Please, only mention here the main points.
You can further elaborate on each point in the subsequent corresponding
Q1. Please describe how walking and cycling help achieve the objectives of
What goals and indicators (i.e. modal share) of walking and cycling do you
target? Please indicate your city’s current and target indicator (i.e. modal split),
and explain why these indicators and values have been chosen.
Q2. Does your SUMP include a strategy or plan to develop walking? If so, please describe your objectives and give example(s) of the most important measure(s) to achieve this goal as well as results if implemented (incl. for example infrastructure, crossing points, on-street facilities such as way-finding or benches, integration with public transport, etc.)
Q3. Does your SUMP include a strategy or plan to develop cycling? If so,
please describe your objectives and give example(s) of the most important
measure(s) to achieve this goal as well as results if implemented (including,
for example, infrastructure, sharing schemes, multimodal hubs, movement of
Q4. Does your SUMP include or refer to a strategy or plan to improve the
safety of pedestrians and cyclists? If so, please describe your objectives and
give example(s) of the most important measure(s) to achieve the goals.
Please share the results (if applicable).
Q5. Within the framework of its SUMP, does your city work with other
government layers or related sectors and initiatives when planning for safer
walking and cycling (for example national, regional or neighbourhood
authorities, public transport operators, new mobility service providers, road
safety managers, project EDWARD, etc.)?
Please describe with whom you cooperate and give example(s) of how you
do this and what benefit the cooperation has produced.