Parking management is a key issue for contemporary cities. If efficient, parking policies can support a sustainability agenda and provide a large variety of socio-economic advantages.
EU funded project in the spotlight
Park4SUMP, integrating parking policies in SUMPs
Concept: Park4SUMP aims at changing the image of parking management and show it can be a major contribution to successful SUMPs. The project is based on knowledge sharing, best practice exchanges, and work with relevant stakeholders from various backgrounds.
Local authorities involved: Rotterdam (NL), Freiburg (DE), Krakow (Poland), Trondheim (Norway), Sint-Niklaas (Belgium), Slatina (Romania), Tallinn (Estonia), Zadar (Croatia), Shkoder (Albania), Gdansk (Poland), La Rochelle (France), Reggio Emilia (Italy)
EU contribution: EUR 3 576 253 (100%)
Timeframe: September 2018 – February 2022
Programme: Horizon 2020
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Current EU calls
Despite the high transport network densities in urban areas, there are still accessibility and connectivity challenges, sometimes specifically for various socio-economic groups. The aim of this Cofund is to address the potential impact and possibilities for deployment of new mobility services and initiatives by analysing behavioural responses and estimating effects on the various aspects of sustainability.
Past EU projects in London
No past EU funded projects on parking management.
Parking in London
Parking in the EU and elsewhere
Civitas Policy Advice Note, ‘Integration of parking and access management’ (2010)
Institute for Transportation & Development Policy, ‘Europe’s parking U-Turn: from accommodation to regulation’ (2011)
Mingardo G., van Wee B., Rye T., ‘Urban parking policy in Europe: A conceptualization of past and possible future trends’ (2015). An academic article providing insights on trends in urban parking policies across the EU