When it comes to sustainable mobility as a part of urban planning, one of the main challenges, particularly in the Mediterranean, has proven to be capitalisation and mainstreaming of projects’ results. Last 3-5 April in Malaga (Spain), we launched our new Urban Transport Community featured by GO SUMP, a three-year project co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund, within the Interreg Med Programme, which coordinates the various efforts of currently 6 Mediterranean projects on sustainable urban mobility.
GO SUMP project acts as a bridge between the Mediterranean projects and by building on a community which, through synergies and networking, will be able to communicate and capitalise good practices. The partnership is composed by Malaga City Council (Lead Partner), EUROCITIES, AMB Barcelona Metropolitan Area, CODATU, UNIMED - Mediterranean Universities Union and REC Ljubljana.
The GO SUMP Urban Transport Community seeks to improve sustainable urban mobility in the Mediterranean area and will work to solve the gap as a part of urban planning.
We will do our best to share knowledge and best practices, to enhance existing ties among key players and to create new partnerships to promote and enforce better policies. To engage with our community and make a change, we want to reach out to you and to do so, we kindly request you to: