CIVITAS PROSPERITY supports local and national governments to improve the quality and take-up of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans.

The project brings together European cities, regional and national governments and mobility experts in one of the most ambitious sustainable urban mobility planning projects in Europe.  >>Read more

PROSPERITY final publishable report available

The H2020 financed SUMP project PROSPERITY that supports local and national governments to improve the quality and take-up of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans is in its final months of duration. 

The now available final publishable report gives a good overview on what has been done, on results and what could be achieved in this project. The report which acts as Final Brochure can be download in web-version and in printing version

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Polish guide on SUMP presented by the Deputy Minister of Infrastructure.

Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Mr. Andrzej Bittel officially presented the CIVITAS PROSPERITY Guide prepared within the framework of the national SUMP Task Force working group to representatives of more than 140 cities and stakeholders. The guide is to familiarize Polish cities with the idea of sustainable mobility planning and to show what SUMP really is and what its key features should be taken into account when taking up the challenge of preparing such a document and implementing its assumptions. 

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Green light for eScooter in Germany. Micromobility is spreading in large European cities

Electric scooters, ebikes, epedal scooters, monowheels, hoverboards, segways, but also multi-lane small vehicles are so-called micromobiles, which are becoming increasingly present in European city centres.

While eScooter are already part of the street scene in EU countries, since 2018, their development in Germany has stalled. Since the 15th of June 2019 however, eScooters (also known as “eTretroller” in Germany) are now allowed to drive on German public roads when the “Elektrokleinstfahrzeuge-Verordnung” (eKFV) came into force.

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