SUMP Award

By Roberto Tomasi / Updated: 07 Mar 2017

The European Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) Award

The European Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) Award recognises local authorities that have developed a Mobility Plan that satisfies the diverse transport needs of people and businesses, whilst improving quality of life.

The award scheme was launched in 2012. The first three editions of the SUMP Award have been organised within the European Commission's Sustainable Urban Mobility Campaign (known as "Do the right mix"). Since its 4th edition, the award is part of the European Mobility Week (EMW).

The SUMP Award is presented during a joint ceremony with the EMW Award in March/April each year.

Thematic focus of the SUMP Award

The award highlights a different aspect of mobility planning in each edition:

  • The 1st edition of the award opened in 2012 and recognised stakeholder and citizen participation in the SUMP process
  • The 2nd SUMP Award edition looked at successful territorial and policy integration
  • The 3rd SUMP Award recognised outstandign work regarding monitoring and evaluation of the SUMP
  • The 4th SUMP Award focused at providing for multimodality and intermodality in sustainable urban mobility planning.
  • The 5th SUMP Award acknowledged the integration of urban freight in transport planning. The winner will be revealed on 20 March 2017. 

SUMP Award winners

Previous Award winners and finalists are:

1st SUMP Award:

2nd SUMP Award:

3rd SUMP Award:

4th SUMP Award:

5th SUMP Award:

  • Winner: to be announced on 20 March 2017
  • Finalists: Brussels (BE), Budapest (HU), Stockholm (SE)
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Location:
Brussels
Organisation: 
Polis
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SUMP Award/European Mobility Week, FLOW, ISAAC, FUTURE-RADAR, Thinking Cities
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Urban mobility planning
Policy and research
Public and stakeholder involvement
Monitoring and evaluation
Quality, audits and benchmarking
Walking and cycling
Collective passenger transport
Clean and energy-efficient vehicles
Urban freight/city logistics
Transport for people with reduced mobility
Intermodality
Mobility management
Traffic and demand management
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Brussels, Belgium
Organisation: 
Polis
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Urban mobility planning
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Scheme appraisal
Public and stakeholder involvement
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Walking and cycling
Intermodality
Mobility management
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