Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning Award

Apply now for the SUMP award!

The 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. Each year, the award highlights a different aspect of mobility planning.

 

The theme of the 6th SUMP Award is: Shared mobility in sustainable urban mobility planning 

 

  Download 2017 call for applications 

How to apply

Complete the application form in the English language and send the completed form in both .doc and .pdf format as an email attachment to sumpaward@mobilityweek.eu (deadline is 3rd November 2017). You may attach supporting documents, studies, links or pictures to the email while not exceeding 3 pages per document and a total size of 5 MB.

To read more about the evaluation criteria, please download the 6th SUMP Award evaluation criteria.

 

 

What is the SUMP Award?

The European Commission's award for sustainable urban mobility planning was launched in 2012, and has been presented five times. The aim of the award scheme is to encourage the adoption of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) by local authorities across Europe and to reward outstanding achievements in each year’s thematic priority area. 

The SUMP Award is presented alongside the EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Award. Nonetheless, each award has separate objectives, whilst remaining complementary. The EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Award is given to municipalities or regions for their outstanding activities during the EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK on 16-22 September, whereas the SUMP Award recognizes local and regional authorities for excellence in sustainable urban mobility planning.

Previous winners

2016: Brussels, Belgium

The Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) Award 2016, which focused on urban freight, was presented to Brussels for its work on making freight deliveries more sustainable. The Belgian capital stood out thanks to its innovative logistics schemes. Budapest (Hungary) and Stockholm (Sweden) were also nominated for the prestigious award. Read more in the official press release.