Co-construction is the driving force behind the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs). Indeed, urban mobility planning does not solely rely on resolving technical issues. Still, it requires active mobilisation of stakeholders, users, and citizens to guarantee a tailored set of measures and effective implementation as part of a sustainable urban mobility instrument.
This topic guide aims to support practitioners (local authorities, mobility experts, consultants, and international development officials) in conducting participatory processes for SUMPs preparation. A literary review and the analysis of five specific case studies (the SUMPs in Yaoundé, Antofagasta, Santo Domingo, Kisumu, and Zhytomyr) allowed the production of this document.