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University Campus in Mediterranean Regions of Europe, with a territorial average extension of 430.000 m2 and an average of 35.000 between students and employees, are historically related with their urban area. A University Campus is similar to an urban model and in CAMP-sUmp project it will be used as a test area for mobility policies related to public sustainable mobility. Currently, there is a low efficiency of connection among the different departments and activities inside the Campus and a low level of integration of spatial and mobility planning. 

CAMP-sUmp is a project aiming to improve sustainable urban mobility planning instruments such as SUMP, Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan. The project will last 18 months and will test innovative mobility strategies for students’ flows inside the University Campus and their integration with the urban areas in the Mediterranean northern sea basin regions.

The CAMP-sUmp project is featured by a partnership of 7 Mediterranean Universities, including Magna Graecia University Foundation, Universities of Athens, Valencia, Cyprus, Split, Malta and Bologna. These institutions will work on the increase of awareness among decision makers on current situation of mobility in university area and its interconnection with mobility planning. At the same time they will improve the capacity of public administrations to plan sustainable mobility in University Campus and will integrate the Universities’ mobility management in a unique cities’ integrated planning.

CAMP-sUmp project is implemented through the priority Priority Axis 2, Fostering low-carbon strategies and energy efficiency in specific European Meditteranean: cities, islands and remote areas, of “Interreg MED” Programme and co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.


CAMP-sUmp | Press Release 


The project portrait is available here


CAMP-sUmp - a project for the promotion of low-carbon strategies and energy efficiency  


Final Meeting of the Project - March 2018 


Local Working Group Stakeholder Meeting - 2nd May 2018 

Press Release 


CAMP-sUmp Main Achievements 







Travel Behaviour Analysis and Its Applications for Improvement of Transportation Systems

Prof Bhargab Maitra 

Monday 22 October 2018 at 5:30pm – 6:30pm

Venue: to be announced 

LWG Meeting: Interreg-MED CAMP sUmp Project

Meeting held on Wednesday 2 May at IT Services Building

Launch of VJAGG

Welcome to the vjaġġ App provided by the the University of Malta with the support of the Vodafone Malta Foundation: Connecting for Good Projects.   Read more ...

Until further notice Vjagg Server will be intermittently unavailable over the Christmas Recess period.


RIDT Grant Scheme

Understanding traffic patterns and travel behavior to support sustainable mobility

Last Updated: 8 May 2018

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