Through the CAMP-sUmp project seven campuses around the Mediterranean were used as case studies for sustainable mobility policies. Project partners include the Magna Graecia University Foundation, University of Athens, University of Valencia, University of Cyprus, University of Split and University of Bologna who have been working in collaboration with the ICCSD at the University of Malta in order to develop tools towards sustainable mobility plans at universities within the Mediterranean region. Amongst the main outcomes of the project there are an Action Plan, Road Map and an ICT platform framework to be applied to Mediterranean universities in order to aid in the implementation and improvement of sustainable mobility plans. These will all be presented at the final LWG meeting.
Locally, the CAMP-sUmp project aims at increasing awareness among decision-makers on the current situation of mobility in and around the university area and this is where the involvement of local stakeholders such as yourselves comes into play. Attendees are encouraged to take on an active role during stakeholder discussions and bring forward questions wherever required.
University of Malta students, academics and transport professionals interested in policy, research and analysis in the field of transport are encouraged to attend this informative networking event. The results and outcomes of the CAMP-sUmp project and a few interesting statistics from University of Malta’s transport policy plans, proposals and future sustainable urban developments on campus will be presented.