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Assessment of sustainable urban mobility plans by sustainable approach / Darnaus judumo mieste planų vertinimas darnos požiūriu

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This article focussed on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans of Lithuania cities. These plans started to prepare in 2016 and now the need to assess their technological, economic, environmental and social aspects has emerged. To assess prepared Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans and their efficiency established different assessment systems that identify the very effective urban mobility measures and their impact to city development. These assessments do not indicate whether the measures are appropriately chosen according to the structure, characteristics, existing transport system of the city, the assessment shows the significance of the mobility measures to urban development.


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Straipsnyje nagrinėjamas Lietuvoje 2016 m. pradėtų rengti Darnaus judumo mieste planų technologinis, aplinkosauginis, socialinis, ekonominis poveikis miestų plėtrai ir jų susisiekimo sistemoms. Pasinaudojus mokslininkų sukurtomis įvairiomis judumo priemonių vertinimo sistemomis, susisteminus visų metodų judumo priemones į vieną bendrą rinkinį ir pasinaudojus darniais miestų plėtros modeliais, įvertinti parengti Darnaus judumo mieste planai. Šis vertinimas neparodo, ar priemonės yra tinkamai pasirinktos pagal miesto struktūrą, charakteristikas ar esamas sistemas. Vertinimas parodo, kokį poveikį šios judumo priemonės turi miesto plėtrai.


Reikšminiai žodžiai: Darnaus judumo mieste planas, judumas, judumo priemonės, kriterijai, darni plėtra.

Keyword : criteria, SUMP, mobility, sustainable development, urban mobility measures

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