The Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP), which has been implemented in many cities in Europe since 2013, is a strategic plan prepared to meet the mobility needs of people and commercial organizations in and around cities in order to provide a better quality of life. The main difference from traditional transportation planning is that it focuses on people rather than transportation demand. In addition, it is constantly monitored as a dynamic plan and updated with common sense.
Istanbul Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan Project (Istanbul SUMP), which started in September 2019 and lasted approximately 2 years; It was carried out in accordance with the principles of participation by the Transportation Planning Directorate of our Transportation Department, under the contractorship of Arup and the strategic consultancy of the United Nations Human Settlements Program (UN-Habitat) within the scope of the United Kingdom (FCDO) Global Future Cities Welfare Fund Programme.
Istanbul SUMP is the first SUMP study conducted in a city with a population of 16 million, both in Turkey and in the world. It entered the European SKHP literature with the pandemic process studies and created its own literature.