The particular theme is the inclusion of travel behaviour research and potential user response analyses for new and emerging systems, technologies, policies and measures, in the SUMP process.

Delegates from partner cities Nicosia, Cyprus (lead partner), Evosmos-Kordelio (Thessaloniki), Greece, Exeter, UK (Devon County Council), Ravenna, Italy, and Iasi, Romania, will present their experience and best practices in incorporating travel behaviour in their SUMPs, as improvements to the methodology and policy making. 

The Workshop programme also includes presentations by the Advisory partner Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece, the Project Management & Coordination Team, Univesity of Exeter, UK, Prague City Hall, Prague Institute of Planning and Development, Prague Integrated Transport, and Charles University Environment Centre. The CIVITAS SUITS project will also be presented. 

The Workshop participants will discuss in smaller groups the following: 

o Infrastructure measures 

o Soft measures on infrastructure 

o Marketing in transportation 

o SUMP for bigger employers 

o Citizens education 

o Behavioural surveys 

o Awareness raising campaigns for sustainable mobility 

The Workshop will conclude with study visits to Zličín and Stodůlky traffic terminal and city development around metro stations.