• Poltava

    SUMP

Key Facts

Project Commissioned by: Integrated urban development in Ukraine – German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO)
Implemented by: GIZ
Beneficiary Partner: The Ministry for Regional Development, Building and Housing of Ukraine
Duration of commission: 01.01.2016 – 31.10.2019
Volume: 9 100 000 €
Implementing Partner(s): Civil Council Poltava

 

 

 

 
Population (year):
Land area (year):
GDP per capita (year):
308.509 (2006)
103,00 km²
$5000 (2013)

 

The Challenge 

The poor quality of Ukrainian roads came into focus during the dramatic increase in the number of motor vehicles in the country in the early 2000s. Today, less than 2% of Ukraine’s road network can be considered high quality and modern, while more than 50% fails to meet even basic criteria. The poor quality of roads leads to huge losses – about 3% of GDP annually, making the sector particularly in need of heavy investment. Ukraine steadily receives one of the world’s lowest scores for quality of roads in the Global Competitiveness Index. Although assessments of the country’s quality of roads by business leaders in certain regions are sometimes not bad, the quantitative and qualitative indicators of the country’s overall road network are extremely low by European standards.

 Capacity Development

 

05 thematic groups meetings / round tables

 

 

Results

Main achievements in 2017
Deliverables
  • A modal split survey was organized using the Modalyzer app. The study generated big data for mobility behavior based on smartphone tracking in Poltava. 292 people signed up for the project. Geographically, the study covered the entire city. Over 16,000 tracks and 40,000 km were recorded Report on Mobility Tracking in Poltava.
  • Expert members of a support group collected and analyzed the data on the following parts of the Integrated Urban Development Concept, Poltava – 2.7. Transport, 2.1.4. Physical connections and accessibility. The results were presented to the public and discussed in theme-specific group meetings. A Mobility ‘Concept for Action’ is under development.
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