About SUM

The overall objective of the SUM project is to facilitate the transformation of mobility in 15 European cities by 2026 and in 30 European cities by 2030. This transformation involves the integration of new shared mobility modes with public transport, focusing on innovation, interconnectivity, environmental sustainability, safety, resilience and replicability. The aim is to ensure the affordability and reliability of these modes for end users, while maintaining financial sustainability that strengthens the competitiveness of European businesses.

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