Welcome to the JASPERS
for Slovenia and neighboring South-Eastern European countries!
This tool enables planning authorities to measure their knowledge and/or progress towards a genuine Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan. The Tool is a questionnaire about the SUMP development
process and its content, structured along the EU SUMP Guidelines. It corresponds to the SUMP requirements as set out in the European Commission's Urban Mobility Package.
The questionnaire is based
on the one provided on the ELTIS website. The questions are based on the assumption that your SUMP is already in a finalized stage of the process and are therefore formulated in the past
tense (“has a cooperation process been established…..”). However, they should be understood as potential future
tense as well (“has a cooperation process been established or do you intend to
establish a cooperation process….”) in the case that you are only planning to prepare an SUMP. Thus, please anticipate the preparation process and assume a realistic scenario of how the process of SUMP preparation will realistically work in practice in your specific context.
The link provided here is used exclusively
in the context of the preparation and implementation of the JASPERS SUMP
Training for EU Member States, which draws on EU funds to finance urban transport
projects. One link is established per country, or group of countries, where
this is explicitly expressed.
The development of the
SUMP training concept and the implementation of this training is commissioned
to a consultant (Mott MacDonald). Contributions
to support the training, including this “Self-Assessment Classroom” (i.e.
country link) provided by Rupprecht Consult, are subcontracted. The structure
of the training programme is based on a number of modules which fully reflects
the EU SUMP Guidelines. In some areas the training modules have combined
information on different SUMP steps to provide a more streamlined training
programme that can be delivered over 2 days.
The feedback and
responses that are provided through this Self-Assessment questionnaire will
help inform the training event and help the organisers understand current
knowledge and experience of the SUMP process. More detailed aspects of SUMP tasks and processes will be covered during
the training event on 26 September 2016.
We would ask you to fill
out the questionnaire now. Once registered, you may interrupt this process any
time and continue when you log on at the next occasion. The full process will last
about 2 hours.
are encouraged but not
obliged to take a look at the background information which will you find if you click on "Get started with the SUMP Self-Assessment tool"