The Hungarian edition of the new SUMP Guidelines is out

Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning is the European Union’s urban transport planning concept. The first Guidelines on developing Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMP) was published in 2013, and since then, a wealth of SUMP implementation experience has been collected. Therefore, the process to update SUMP guidance was started in 2018, led by Rupprecht Consult. The process included the wide involvement of stakeholders; the experts of Mobilissimus also contributed to the elaboration of the document at several consultation workshops. The new Guidelines were presented in the Autumn of 2019.

 

The Hungarian edition has been created in 2020 in the cooperation of KTI Institute for Transport Sciences and Mobilissimus (as the licensee of the Hungarian translation), with the support of the Hungarian Ministry for Innovation and Technology, within the project ‘The impact analysis and further development of the guidance for Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMP) in Hungary’. As part of this, Mobilissimus performed the professional quality control of the translation and publication.

 

More information and the document to download are available at the following link: SUMP Guidelines second edition in Hungarian.

 

 

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