Analysing the mobility situation and developing scenarios of possible future
mobility situations helps to set the goals for your city’s Sustainable Urban
Mobility Plan. In order to know where you want to go and how you're going to
get there, you first need to know where you are currently standing.
Collecting evidence on the existing mobility conditions and ensuring
availability of accurate data is the basis for SUMP development.
The 2nd SUMPs-Up webinar organised on February 20th from 10:00-11:30 CET focuses on analyzing the mobility situation and collecting data collection for SUMP. As a city case example, the City of Malmö presents how they collect and use different data for planning their transport measures. Malmö combines several methods of collecting data, and has piloted recently some innovative data collection methods based on a digital travel survey based on an app.
The webinar is organized as part of the series of SUMPs-Up webinars provided for mobility practitioners around Europe focusing on different SUMP topics. To see the upcoming events check the SUMPs-Up website www.sumps-up.eu