The SUNRISE project is developing new collaborative tools to facilitate collaborative ways to address mobility challenges at the neighbourhood level.
SUNRISE’s innovative approach lies in its concrete involvement of citizens, stakeholders and users throughout all phases of the innovation process, from the early identification of problems to the implementation of solutions and their evaluation.
These solutions will be tested in the six SUNRISE neighbourhood cities of Bremen, Budapest, Jerusalem, Malmo, Southend-on-Sea and Thessaloniki through the so-called “neighbourhood mobility labs”. The neighbourhood mobility labs of the SUNRISE cities set down the foundation of Sustainable Neighbourhood Mobility Planning (SNMP) which in turn builds on the Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) concept. The SNMP applies the transport measures and participatory approaches to neighbourhood scale by working closely with local partner organisations and citizens.