SUMP Self-Assessment Tool
The SUMP Self-Assessment helps you to evaluate and improve mobility planning in your city or functional urban area. the self assessment will highlight how well your planning activities fulfill the principles of a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) and enables you to identify the strengths and weaknesses of your approach. It will provide you with tailored advice for further improvement, good practice examples and links to guidance for your specific situation.
The SUMP Self-Assessment can be used to both assess the quality of a specific strategic mobility plan, and to evaluate planning activities in general. This makes it useful at all stages of the planning process – e.g. to assess what to improve when starting a SUMP, to readjust activities throughout the process, or to assess the plan quality when finalising or having completed a SUMP. To achieve an assessment that fits your situation, there are tailored sets of questions depending on your planning context and interest (assessment of a strategic mobility plan, or of planning activities in general).
The SUMP Self-Assessment should be completed by one or several persons who are well acquainted with mobility planning activities in your city or functional urban area (and with the SUMP and its development process if you want to assess plan quality).