The underlying aim of the EU’s GO SUMP project is to improve sustainable urban mobility plans and measures in the Mediterranean.
For the whole duration of this project, between 1 November 2016 and 31 October 2019, EUROCITIES leads on the related ‘capitalisation of results’ work package. This involves the structured analysis of the modular projects’ results and their transnational added value based on qualitative, quantitative, and transferability criteria, and the synthesis, mainstreaming, and reuse of these outcomes. Having identified good practices and gaps to be covered, GO SUMP will drive the replication strategy to respond to the needs of local authorities in the Med area. The project's total budget is €1,165,000. More information are available here: https://interreg-med.eu/thematics/urban-transports/
GO SUMP is an Interreg Med project. Interreg Med programme is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.
Visit https://urban-transports.interreg-med.eu/ for more information on the GO SUMP project!