The SUMPS in the DESTINATIONS project are innovative in various ways. They incorporate tourism and they go beyond the municipal border, providing an overarching approach to urban and regional problems. This baseline report presents the key players and actors in each study area while illustrating the analysis of the mobility context and the structure of mobility patterns at a baseline year for all the six sites as a result of Task 2.2.
Results from SUMP Feasibility Analysis V1 Feb 18 (D2.2)
The development of a SUMP is a process that passes through a number of stages. These consecutive stages take time. The project, and the development of the SUMP is in the first part of the total SUMP cycle. In D2.1 the base line of the six sites, islands is enrolled. As a follow up of this part D2.2 is developed. The final result of D2.2 is a total analysis of the SUMP and a feasibility analysis of the chosen measures.
SUMP Consolidation and roadmap for implementation (D2.3)
All sites have a full SUMP that is ready for implementation, or partly implemented. This report D2.3 gives an overview of what has been established during the lifetime of the project. A short process evaluation is done to explore the biggest challenges, the major changes and the improvements for the sites. All sites have filled in the SUMP self-assessment for a 2nd time. Earlier in the project, as part of D2.1, the sites have also filled-in a self-assessment.
Validation of smart metering systems for mobility data collection potential (D2.4)
This deliverable D2.4 has the objective to describe the results of Task 2.6 - Smart metering and crowdsourcing – which includes the four measures implemented in Madeira, Rethymno, Elba and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. All four pilots show that smart metering and data collection through new techniques offers many new possibilities.
Results from SUMP Feasibility Analysis V2 Feb 19 (D2.5)
The development of a SUMP is a process that encompass different stages. Each subsequent stage takes time. The project, and the development of the SUMP, represents the first part of the total SUMP cycle. In D2.1 the base line of the six islands is enrolled. As a follow-up of this stage, D2.2 was developed. The final result of D2.2 (with this version reported as D2.5) is a total analysis of the SUMP and a feasibility analysis of the project measures.
Results from SUMP Feasibility Analysis V3 July 19 (D2.6)
The completion of this deliverable represents the last stage of the preparation of the SUMP, in which all elements of the SUMP have been taken into account and all sites are concluding or have already concluded their respective SUMPs on the basis of the previous work covered in deliverables D2.1, D2.2, D2.5 and here in D2.6.