PROSPERITY webinars on SUMP: open for registration

The PROSPERITY project has opened the registration for a series of webinars on diverse sustainable urban mobility planning (SUMP) topics:

  • How does SUMP mesh with statutory land use plans (Karlheinz Posch, Austrian Mobility Research - FGM-AMOR, 3 October 2018);
  • Stakeholder involvement and institutional cooperation (Patrick Auverx, Mobiel 21, 29. November 2018)
  • Friends or enemies? Practicalities in SUMP communication (András Ekés, Mobilissimus, 22. January 2019)
  • Measures selection (Tom Rye, Transport Research Institute of Edinburgh Napier University, 6th February 2019)
  • Monitoring and evaluation (Tom Rye, Transport Research Institute of Edinburgh Napier University, 27th February 2019)
  • Political buy-in for sustainable urban mobility (Carl Hanssens, Alderman of Mobility, Local Economy and Employment of the City of Sint Niklaas, Belgium, date will be announced soon)

For more information and for registration, please visit the PROSPERITY website.

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