Presentations of the 3rd European Conference on SUMP

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Plenary Sessions

POLZIN, Developing and implementing the “Verkehrsentwicklungsplan Bremen 2025” SUMP
GLOTZ-RICHTER, The Bremen Declaration 

The Big Picture

A1 - AHRENS, Across boundaries: the challenges and benefits of integrated planning
A1 - PUNTANEN, Enriching cooperation and promoting sustainable travel in the Helsinki region
A1 - ROBERTS, Developing a transport infrastructure investment programme for a city-region using a land use, transport and econometric model

A2 - PRESSL, Planning the traffic equilibrium: re-design for sustainable mobility
A2 - AICHINGER, The process of creating liveable streets with low-key improvements
A2 - TELEPAK, Transformation of the Mariahilfer Straße: traffic reorganisation to provide new pedestrian zones and shared space
A2 - SCHWARZMANN, Re-thinking and re-designing Urban Mobility as a technical, institutional and methodical challenge – experiences from Romanian SUMPs in Craiova, Iaşi and Ploieşti 

A3 - ENEMARK, Public transport as the backbone of mobility: planning for new development in the Copenhagen region
A3 - SEMMELHAACK, Seamless Public Transport on the regional scale in the Metropolitan Region of Bremen
A3 - SCHICK, Planning the car-free neighbourhood Vauban, and plans to repeat the concept in a new district of the city

A4 - BOEHLER, Planning for intermodality: creating a network of nodes
A4 - SKONIEZKI, Assessing the performance of your interchange: the NODES benchmark tool
A4 - BOOT, Planning for efficient mobility and business: Utrecht’s approach to intermodality at rail stations across the city metropolitan area
A4 - KARBAUMER, The Bremen “mobil.punkt” Concept
A4 - VOUNATSOS, Interchanges & the exploitation of commercial spaces

New Horizons

B1 - STAELENS, Use it, don’t own it: the rise of the sharing economy
B1 - MEULEMAN, Vehicle-sharing, is it only for the “Millennials”?
B1 - GLOTZ-RICHTER, Shaping a municipal sharing policy as an elementof a SUMP: how car-sharing relieves Bremen’s neighbourhoods in practice
B1 - DALOS, Evolution of the Bubi bike-sharing programme in Budapest

B2 - All presentations - Planning for a multicultural Society

B3 - GLOTZ-RICHTER, Automated urban road transport: what is the impact on planning?
B3 - BRECHT, Appraising the impacts of automated vehicles: the results of scenario testing for urban areas
B3 - IVARI, The experience of automated car trials in Gothenburg
B3 - KOSSAK, Autonomous vehicles will not substitute classical urban transport

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

The Integration Challenge

C1 - FENTON, Health awareness, efficiency, environment: planning for non-motorised mobility
C1 - HORN, On the way to walkability: introducing Berlin’s walking strategy
C1 - SCHEIRS, Biking to the future for 25 years. What’s next …?
C1 - ŠTULAJTEROVÁ, Development of the general transport plan for non motorised transport for Banská Bystrica city
C1 - MEGGIATO, Towards widespread cycling: SUMP strategies in Reggio Emilia

C2 - AMBROSINO, Integrating Sustainable Urban Logistics Plans (SULP) development with the SUMP process: the key lessons from 9 European cities
C2 - MACKENTHUN, Trends in Logistics Hubs (Freight Villages) and Urban Logistics: Experiences in Germany and Europe
C2 - WARD, Working together: Urban deliveries
C2 - REITER, Cyclelogistics and European Cycle Logistics Federation:The potential of cargo bikes to replace cars

C3 - MAËS, The Resilience of cities
C3 - HAPP, An introduction to the concept of resilient cities
C3 - LARCHER, Planning for resilience: a thematic overview on security issues
C3 - BOOGARD, The Flood Fighter: a practical example of street design interventions to prevent flooding

C4 - NOZON, Key components of an electro-mobility strategy and steps towards implementation
C4 - NØRBECH, How did Norway become No.1 on electromobility
C4 - KOCH, Factor 100: Electrification of public transport as a focus of sustainable mobility
C4 - NIESING, Electric mobility, the solution for a clean urban energy system: How to grow from SUMP to SUMEP

Planning Techniques

D1 - HITCHCOCK, European Urban Transport Roadmaps 2030 online tool
D1 - POPPELIERS, Cost effectiveness of transport measures in the urban nodes of the core TEN-T network

D2 - SWENNEN, Tools to support walking and cycling planning
D2 - EECKHOUT, Check your Bicycle Account: the CHAMP project’s effective approach for measuring the progress and results of a city’s cycling strategy
D2 - BERNARDINO, ICT based tracking as a tool for planning walking and cycling
D2 - KRETZ, Making pedestrians and cyclists visible in the planning process: multimodal approaches in support of planning for walking and cycling
D2 - GUIT, Using the HEAT tool to build a case for active travel investments

D3 - SPRANGER, The Sustainable Mobility Project
D3 - KESERÜ, Appraisal of sustainability and stakeholder support for mobility projects: the NISTO Evaluation Toolkit
D3 - PARKHURST, Economic benefits of sustainable transport: using the findings from the 22 EVIDENCE Project Measure Reviews

D4 - EWALD, Shaping the city together: combining innovative online tools with face to face participatory formats
D4 - BURGGRAF, The “Dresden Debate”: a city participation forum for mobility and more
D4 - POLAKOWSKI, Establishing a Web 2.0 mobility platform in Gdynia
D4 - MIZGALSKI, Spreading your mobility message via social media

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