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

Register to the CIVITAS PROSPERITY SUMP webinars

From October 2018 to February 2019 CIVITAS PROSPERITY will organise six webinars on most wanted topics for SUMP. Dates and times for five of these webinars have been fixed now and the registration is open.


SUMPs in German municipalities: Results of an Online Survey

On the European level, the concept of Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) seems to be the answer for tackling urban mobility challenges. On the one hand, the SUMP approach stresses the need to integrate sustainable modes of transport in urban mobility planning. On the other hand, it presents a specific methodology to implement the planning process. As a reiterative cycle it underlines the importance of a continuous update of the planning phases and contents. Moreover, the SUMP approach highlights the importance of integrating relevant stakeholders and the public throughout the process.


Partner City of the Month - Szeged, Hungary

Szeged – The City of Sunshine

Szeged is the third biggest city in Hungary with about 168,000 inhabitants near the Serbian-Romanian border. Its area is 281 km2 of which 40 km2 are urbanised. The land-use type vary from densely built-up inner city to detached housing suburban areas. Szeged is spread on flat area. It is famous for its annual open air theatre festival and youth festival (SZIN), Pick salami, traditional fish soup and paprika. Its university has about 25,000 students, of which more than 3,000 are coming from abroad.