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3rd SUMP Conference presentations

By Pavlina Dravecka / Updated: 06 Jul 2016

3rd SUMP Conference presentations on each of the topics are now available for download. See the agenda for more information.

Opening plenary session

  1. Developing and implementing the Verkehrsentwicklungsplan Bremen 2025 SUMP - Gunnar Polzin, Head of Transport Department at the Senate Department for Environment, Construction and Transport, City of Bremen

Parallel Sessions A The Big Picture

A1: A holistic approach: spatial and mobility planning for the 'functional city'

  1. Across boundaries: the challenges and benefits of integrated planning - Gerd-Axel Ahrens, TU Dresden
  2. Enriching cooperation and promoting sustainable travel in the Helsinki region - Sini Puntanen, Helsinki Region Transport
  3. Developing a transport infrastructure investment programme for a city-region using a land use, transport and econometric model - Paul Roberts, West Yorkshire Combined Authority
  4. Mobility for Aachen: from local SUMP approach to regional integration and across national boundaries - Uwe Müller, City of Aachen 

​A2: Planning the traffic equilibrium: re-design for sustainable mobility

  1. Planning the traffic equilibrium: re-design for sustainable mobility - Robert Pressl, EPOMM
  2. The process of creating liveable streets with low-key improvements - Wolfgang Aichinger, Verkehrsclub Deutschland (VCD)
  3. Transformation of the Mariahilfer Straße: traffic reorganisation to provide new pedestrian zones and shared space - Gregory Telepak, City of Vienna 
  4. Re-thinking and re-designing Urban Mobility as a technical, institutional and methodical challenge – experiences from Romanian SUMPs in Craiova, Iaşi and Ploieşti - Rainer Schwarzmann, PTV Group and Anca Brânzărea, SEARCH Corp

​A3: New community design: public transport oriented development in practice

  1. Public transport as the backbone of mobility: planning for new development in the Copenhagen region - Anette Enemark, MOVIA
  2. Seamless Public Transport on the regional scale in the Metropolitan Region of Bremen - Tim Semmelhaack, Authority for Regional Transport Association Bremen-Niedersachsen
  3. Planning the car-free neighbourhood Vauban, and plans - Peter Schick, City of Freiburg

A4: Planning for intermodality: creating a network of nodes

  1. Planning for intermodality: creating a network of nodes - Susanne Böhler-Baedeker, Rupprecht Consult
  2. Assessing the performance of your interchange: the NODES benchmark tool - Patrick Skoniezki, UITP
  3. Planning for efficient mobility and business: Utrecht’s approach to intermodality at rail stations across the city metropolitan area - Rianne Boot, City of Utrecht
  4. The Bremen 'mobil.punkt' Concept - Rebecca Karbaumer, City of Bremen
  5. Interchanges & the exploitation of commercial spaces - Annabelle Vounatsos, Tisséo EPIC Toulouse

Parallel Sessions B New Horizons

B1: Use it, don’t own it: the rise of the sharing economy

  1. Use it, don’t own it: the rise of the sharing economy - Peter Staelens, Eurocities
  2. Vehicle-sharing, is it only for the 'Millennials'? by Angelo Meuleman, Taxistop
  3. Shaping a municipal sharing policy as an element of a SUMP: how car-sharing relieves Bremen’s neighbourhoods in practice - Michael Glotz-Richter, City of Bremen
  4. Evolution of the Bubi bike-sharing programme in BudapestPéter Dalos, Centre for Budapest Transport

B2: Planning for a multicultural society

  1. Planning for a multicultural society

B3: Automated urban road transport: what is the impact on planning?

  1. What is the impact on planning? - Michael Glotz-Richter, City of Bremen
  2. Appraising the impacts of automated vehicles: the results of scenario testing for urban areas - Katharina Brecht, City of Bremen
  3. The experience of automated car trials in Gothenburg - Mikael Ivari, City of Gothenburg
  4. Autonomous vehicles will not substitute classical urban transport - Andreas Kossak, Kossak Research and Consulting

B4: SUMP goes global: fostering two-way learning and exchange channels

  1. SUMP goes global: fostering two-way learning and exchange channel

Parallel Sessions C The Integration Challenge

C1: Health awareness, efficiency, environment: planning for non-motorised mobility

  1. Health awareness, efficiency, environment: planning for non-motorised mobility - Bonnie Fenton, Rupprecht Consult
  2. On the way to walkability: introducing Berlin’s walking strategy - Burkhard Horn, City of Berlin
  3. Biking to the future for 25 years. What’s next …? - Tim Scheirs, City of Ghent
  4. Development of the general transport plan for nonmotorised transport for Banská Bystrica city - Andrea Štulajterová, Civil Cycling Initiative Banská Bystrica
  5. Towards widespread cycling: SUMP strategies in Reggio Emilia - Alessandro Meggiato, Municipality of Reggio nell’Emilia

C2: The freight challenge: developing a sustainable urban freight policy

  1. Integrating Sustainable Urban Logistics Plans (SULP) development with the SUMP process: the key lessons from 9 European cities - Giorgio Ambrosino, MemEx
  2. Trends in Logistics Hubs (Freight Villages) and Urban L ogistics: Experiences in Germany and Europe - Feliks Mackenthun, Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics (ISL) and Thomas Nobel, German Association of Freight Villages
  3. Working together: Urban deliveries - Tim Ward, Transport for London
  4. Cyclelogistics and European Cycle Logistics Federation: The potential of cargo bikes to replace cars - Karl Reiter, FGM-AMOR Austrian Mobility Research

C3: Planning for more resilient cities 

  1. The resilience of cities - Isabelle Maës, DG MOVE, European Commission
  2. An introduction to the concept of resilient cities - Jürgen Happ, Arup Research Centre
  3. Planning for resilience: a thematic overview on security issues - Martin Larcher, European Commission’s Joint
  4. The Flood Fighter: a practical example of street design interventions to prevent flooding - Floris Boogaard, TU Delft

C4: Planning for an electro-mobile city

  1. Key components of an electro-mobility strategy and steps towards implementation - Steffen Nozon, City of Rostock
  2. How did Norway become N o. 1 on electromobility? - Tom Nørbech, Vegvesen, Public Roads Administration, Norway
  3. Factor 100: Electrification of public transport as a focus of sustainable mobility - Hendrik Koch, City of Bremen
  4. Electric mobility, the solution for a clean urban energy system: How to grow from SUMP to SUMEP - Hugo Niesing, Resourcefully

Parallel Sessions D Planning Techniques

D1: Scenario building and appraisal for measure selection

  1. European Urban Transport Roadmaps 2030 online tool - Guy Hitchcock, Ricardo Energy & Environment
  2. Cost effectiveness of transport measures in the urban nodes of the core TEN-T network - Ricardo Poppeliers, Panteia
  3. Presenting the city’s measure selection tool - Ulrich Just, City of Bremen

D2: Tools to support walking and cycling planning

  1. Tools to support walking and cycling planning - Benedicte Swennen, European Cyclists' Federation
  2. Check your Bicycle Account: the CHAMP project’s effective approach for measuring the progress and results of a city’s cycling strategy - Delphine Eeckhout, Traject
  3. ICT-based tracking as a tool for planning walking and cycling - João Bernardino, Transport Innovation and Systems (TIS)
  4. Making pedestrians and cyclists visible in the planning process: multimodal approaches in support of planning for walking and cycling - Tobias Kretz, PTV Group
  5. Using the HEAT tool to build a case for active travel investments - Martin Guit, City of Rotterdam

D3: The role of assessment tools in SUMP preparation and evaluation

  1. The SUMP Self-Assessment Tool: assess your plan’s compliance with the EU’s SUMP Guidelines Susanne Böhler-Baedeker, Rupprecht Consult 
  2. The Sustainable Mobility Project by Jakob Spranger, World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) - Tina Wagner, City of Hamburg, Ministry of Economics, Transport and Innovation
  3. Appraisal of sustainability and stakeholder support for mobility projects: the NISTO Evaluation Toolkit - Imre Keserü, Free University of Brussels (VUB)
  4. Economic benefits of sustainable transport: using the findings from the 22 EVIDENCE Project Measure Reviews - Graham Parkhurst, University of the West of England

D4: Mobilising civic participation

  1. Mobilising civic participation - Miriam Lindenau, Rupprecht Consult 
  2. Shaping the city together: combining innovative online tools with face to face participatory formats - Markus Ewald, NEXTHAMBURG
  3. The 'Dresden Debate': a city participation forum for mobility and more - Kerstin Burggraf, City of Dresden
  4. Establishing a Web 2.0 mobility platform in Gdynia - Rafał Polakowski, City of Gdynia
  5. Spreading your mobility message via social media - Emilie Mizgalski, ICF International

Closing plenary

  1. The Bremen Declaration

 

Date: 
22 Apr 2016
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