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.
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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No past EU funded projects on parking management.
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
OECD Environment Working Papers. Russo , A., J. van Ommeren and A. Dimitropoulos, “The Environmental and Welfare Implications of Parking Policies” (2019)