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Which measures are being implemented in the six CIVITAS SUNRISE neighbourhoods?

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - 17:17

Over the last two years, a co-creative participation process has been set up in each of the six Action Neighbourhoods that form part of CIVITAS SUNRISE.

Measures are being implemented in Bremen (Germany), Budapest (Hungary), Jerusalem (Israel), Malmo (Sweden), Southend-On-Sea (UK) and Thessaloniki (Greece) thanks to the SUNRISE project methodology.

The primary focus of the project is to co-identify mobility problems and co-validate needs, co-develop and co-select possible solutions, and ultimately to co-implement mobility measures on the neighbourhood level in order to foster sustainable mobility.

Following this methodology, a participation process has been set up in each of the neighbourhoods consisting of a variety of on-tour and interactive formats and workshops to determine together with the stakeholders, residents and city administrations the main mobility-related issues each area faces.

The Neighbourhood Mobility Action Plan (NMAP) contains the six different action plans for each neighbourhood with the collectively developed and selected measures that are being implemented. All measures take into account the challenges co-identified throughout the first phase of the project.  

Download the NMAP to discover in detail the mobility measures per neighbourhood.

Visit the CIVITAS SUNRISE website for more information on the project.

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