CITY LAB 1
Creating a SUMP implementation pathway towards a liveable city
Develop context-specific mobility transformation pathways
Forge cross-sectoral links between transport, public services, and commerce
Create new forms of public-private partnerships and business models
Following its adoption of an ambitious SUMP in 2018, Klaipeda is planning its SUMP implementation pathway. This will accelerate its transformation from car-dominated streetscapes to a liveable city with inclusive and green mobility.
Watch the video interview with Lina Žemaitytė (City of Klaipėda), on her experiences within the project:
- Development of a Klaipeda SUMP Implementation Pathway and monitoring plan.
- Implementation of specific elements of the pathway set out in the City Lab plan.