Cartagena citizens requires the City to develop a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) in Cartagena.
So he presented a motion urging its creation in the next council meeting.
Since 2002, which starts the CIVITAS initiative, the European Union is recommending that local governments develop a PMUS as a suitable framework for the deployment of their mobility policies.
Similarly, the Institute for Diversification and Saving of Energy (IDAE) has been promoting the development of such plans since 2003 through successive "savings and energy efficiency," so that the vast majority of municipalities Spaniards of more than 50,000 inhabitants have a PMUS approved or pending.
These towns are Murcia and Cieza, which for several years have their PMUS.
But today, the plan lacks Cartagena.
Cartagena need to continue improving and developing its actions in sustainable mobility with the development of its PMUS, to ensure a balance between the needs of mobility and accessibility, while favoring environmental protection, social cohesion and economic development our town.
In fact, during these months the Municipal Government, through the Agency of Local Development and Employment, has begun to develop a recovery plan for the historic center, for whose implementation will apply for European funds in the category of "sustainable urban development" .
To be eligible for these funds, the European Union requires that Cartagena possesses a mobility plan commensurate with the environment, ie a PMUS.
Source: Ciudadanos Cartagena