CODATU participe à la 5ème Conférence Européenne sur les « Plans de Mobilité Urbaine Soutenable » dans le cadre des projets MobiliseYourCity et GoSUMP

CODATU participe à la 5ème Conférence Européenne sur les « Plans de Mobilité Urbaine Soutenable » dans le cadre des projets MobiliseYourCity et GoSUMP
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Héloïse CHAUMIER
CODATU
Chargée de projet & communication / Communication & project manager
Actualité CODATU Mercredi 23 Mai 2018

La 5ème
Conférence Européenne sur les « Plans de Mobilité Urbaine Soutenable » (SUMP)
a eu lieu les 14 et 15 mai dernier à Nicosie, Chypre. Cet évènement annuel à destination des acteurs mettant en pratique le concept de SUMP, sert de forum aux décideurs politiques, aux praticiens, experts et chercheurs pour étendre leur réseau et débattre des enjeux clés sur la planification de la mobilité urbaine durable. En ligne avec la décision de la Commission Européenne de faire de 2018, l’année de la Multimodalité, cette conférence a eu pour thème « Planifier pour des villes multimodales ».

Les échanges se sont articulés autour (i) du cadre politique global de la planification de la mobilité urbaine, (ii) de la révision prochaine des recommandations de la Commission Européenne pour l’élaboration des SUMPs, (iii) de la mise en œuvre des SUMPs et (iv) des spécificités locales et régionales.

Une session co-organisée par MobiliseYouCity a été dédiée à l’Europe de l’Est. Des représentants de Tirana, Sarajevo, Hradrec Kralové, Budapest, Pristina, Palanga, Skopje, Podgrica, Belgrade et Lviv ont présenté les raisons conduisant leur ville à s’engager dans la planification de la mobilité urbaine, les mesures phares envisagées et les principaux challenges à la mise en œuvre des SUMPs.

Une session a également été animée par le projet GoSUMP afin de faire connaitre les projets de la Communauté des « Transports Urbains en Méditerranée » et transférer leurs approches innovantes en matière de planification de la mobilité.

Session co-organisée par MobiliseYouCity, dédiée à la planification de la mobilité urbaine en Europe de l’Est

Session animée par le projet GoSUMP à la 5ème Conférence Européenne sur les « Plans de Mobilité Urbaine Soutenable »

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dans l’espace d’exposition, les stands des projets GoSUMP et MobiliseYouCity ont également permis de nombreux échanges avec les participants de la conférence.

 

 

 

 

 

En savoir plus :

– Accès à l’ensemble des présentations sur le site de la conférence

– Hashtag twitter #SUMP2018

Partenaires associés

MobiliseYourCity Partnership

Initiated by CODATU, MobiliseYourCity supports local governments in developing countries to plan sustainable urban mobility in order to develop more inclusive, liveable and economically efficient cities and reduce GHG emissions.

100 cities and 20 national governments will be engaged in deep transformational actions through the implementation of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMP) supported by National Sustainable Urban Mobility Policies and Programmes (NUMP). MobiliseYourCity aims to assist cities in their efforts to cut at least 50% of their urban transport related emissions by 2050 compared to business as usual.

With the support of a coalition of international partners (development agencies, urban and transport planning agencies, NGOs and development banks), MobiliseYourCity provides a methodological framework, capacity building and technical assistance, and facilitates access to financing at both local and national levels. The partnership will set up an international reference platform to share best practices about sustainable urban mobility planning and implementation of SUMPs and NUMPs.

Malaga City Council

Malaga
City Council

Eurocities

EUROCITIES
is the network of major European cities. Its members are the elected local and municipal governments of major European cities.

MedCities

MedCities
is a network of Mediterranean cities created in Barcelona in November 1991.

The creation of MedCities was a consequence of the willingness of strengthening decentralised actions involving technical assistance as the best means of promoting awareness of urban environmental problems and making those actions into a vehicle for empowering municipalities in developing countries in respect of management of urban environmental issues. MedCities continues offering this support. Since then, MedCities has extended its activities from the initial local environment to the wider local sustainable development field.

MedCities Goals

Being a network of Mediterranean towns and cities belonging to different countries, its purpose is urban sustainable development as a way to improve living conditions in the Mediterranean region.

The main aims and purposes of the network are:

  • to develop the awareness of interdependence and common responsibility as regard policies of sustainable development, environmental conservation and social cohesion of the Mediterranean basin
  • to reinforce the role, competences and resources (institutional, financial and technical) of local administrations in the adoption and implementation of sustainable local development policies
  • to develop citizens’ awareness and involvement in the sustainable development of their towns and cities
  • to get under way and develop policies for direct cooperation and partnership between partners and with other associations
UNIMED

UNIMED, the Mediterranean Universities Union, founded in October 1991, is an association of Universities from the countries of the Mediterranean basin (www.uni-med.net
). It counts 103 associated Universities coming from 23 countries of both shores of Mediterranean (data updated to November 2017).

UNIMED’s aim is to develop university research and education in the Euro-Mediterranean area in order to contribute to scientific, cultural, social and economic cooperation. UNIMED acts in different fields: tangible and intangible cultural heritage, economics, energy, environment, management of water resources, transports, health, media, new technologies, history, tourism. The image that better represents our association is that of a University Without Walls.

UNIMED carries out the following activities in favour of the associated Universities:

• Promotion of the international dimension of universities;
Planning and fund-raising activities: information on call for proposals and opportunities offered by international and European Commission, partnership search, technical assistance, planning; dissemination;
Promotion of mobility in the Euro-Mediterranean region, for students, researchers and academic staff;
• Technical assistance for the enhancement of quality assurance in university education;
• Creation of thematic Sub-Networks to foster the scientific cooperation within specific fields;
• Organization of meetings, discussions, seminars and round tables both at a national and international level;
• Training for academic and administrative staff of Universities, particularly for the personnel of International Relations Offices.

Through the many initiatives carried out over the two decades, UNIMED has promoted the collaboration between universities of the Mediterranean, becoming a point of reference of the international university cooperation.

RDA Green Karst

The Regional Development Agency Green Karst, Ltd. (RDA Green Karst) acts as an institution on the regional level with the aim of enhancing development in all aspects of working and living in the Primorsko-notranjska region. It functions  as a regional co-ordinator of interests on the local as well as on the national level in the fields of regional development, economy, human resources, environment and natural resources management, and rural development.

The RDA Green Karst is a non-profit organization, aimed at developing, enhancing and sustaining regional development. It provides  development, organizational, technical and professional support for the development of the region through the following services:

  • coordination and communication with the aim of enhancing participation of regional stakeholders,
  • project development and management, including financial management,
  • training for public and private sector,
  • information, communication and promotion activities.

There are two departments within the RDA:

In addition to other activities, the RDA has been actively involved in numerous international projects (INTERREG III A, INTERREG III B, MEDITERAN, and other national and international programmes), funded by the EFRD, ESF etc. This is one of the main focuses for future activities as well.

The RDA Green Karst is  a reliable partner with extensive experience in project management, consulting services and regional development. Our staff are dedicated, knowledgeable about  various areas of interests and determined to generate changes in our natural and social  environment. Therefore  we welcome you to contact us with the possibility of creating future partnerships.