Triple Access Planning for Uncertain Futures
Tuesday September 6th a group of Dutch SUMP experts gathered in Amersfoort to discuss the research findings of the European research project Triple Access Planning for Uncertain Futures. One of the participants was Geert Koops, Urban Mobility Consultant at Panteia. The central issue of the discussion is how to better accommodate uncertainty in SUMPs. Researchers from Radboud University tested their findings in the Dutch context of urban mobility planning.
In order to test the findings on how to make SUMPs more robust two topics were discussed in-depth: (1) the integration of digital accessibility in the field of urban transport, and (2) participatory, exploratory scenario planning. During lively group discussions, the SUMP experts shared their experiences. The discussions centred around the SUMP Cycle and how the SUMP-methodology can be improved.
Now it is up to the researchers of Radboud University to implement the new insights into the design of how to accommodate uncertainty in Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning. Do you want to know more about the project and/or stay updated on the outcomes of the Roundtable? Than you should follow this web-page.