Improvement of measures and plans for sustainable urban mobility in the Mediterranean
- Leader: Málaga city council
Partners: AMB, Secretary General of Medcities EUROCITIES ASBL; CODATU (Working for sustainable mobility in developing cities); UNIMED (Mediterranean Universities Union);REC Ljubljana (Regional Environmental Centre for Central and Eastern Europe, Country office Ljubljana).
Collaborators: CAT MED, Platform for Sustainable Urban Models; Polis, Promotion of Operational Links with Integrated Services aisbl; CPMR, Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions of Europe; Albanian Institute of Transport (Ministry of Transport and infrastructure); Government of Catalonia, Ministry of Territory and Sustainability; AVITEM, Agency for sustainable Mediterranean cities and territories; International Sava River Basin Commission
85% co-financed by UE (990.250€). 15% cof-inanced by partners (174.750€)
- In progress
The goal of Go-SUMP is to increase the visibility and impact of projects that promote sustainable urban mobility in order to facilitate the introduction of low-emission transport measures in Mediterranean countries and cooperate in improving the relevant public policies.
Go-SUMP works to remedy the fact that sustainable mobility fails to be taken into account in urban planning, guiding and supporting modular projects to improve visibility, capitalising on best and worst practices and incorporating the results through joint strategies based on synergies and networks. The project will act as a bridge between the Med programme, the projects and stakeholders in terms of communication through thematic groups such as Civitas, Eltis, the SUMP Platform or the Covenant of Mayors.
The role of AMB, as Secretary General of MedCities, consists of encouraging Mediterranean stakeholders to create synergies among the projects and contribute to the communication and capitalisation of the results.