• Zhytomyr

    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 Zhytomyr

 

 

 

 
Population (year):
Land area (year):
GDP per capita (year):
266.936 (2018)
65 km²
$2538 (2013)

 

The Challenge 

Poor quality is a common problem seen in every component of Ukraine’s transportation infrastructure. The situation is aggravated by insufficient interaction between the various sectors of the transport industry, low investment, an outdated regulatory system and wear and tear on ageing fixed assets. With this combination of problems, today’s transport infrastructure cannot support sustainable economic development and ensure the global competitiveness of the country.
The second half of the 2000s saw a sharp increase in the number of automobiles in Ukraine. Over the first decade of the millennium, the number of motor vehicles grew by 22%, with the average annual growth rate exceeding 140,000 automobiles, of which 90% were passenger cars. The peak was in 2007 and 2008, which saw an annual growth rate of 12%, or 900,000 cars. Car ownership indicators in the Ukraine, however, are still low in comparison to other countries: three times lower than in Poland and four times lower than in Spain, which is big, but not the richest EU country.

 

Capacity Development

 

8 workshops/seminars
2 training programs
6 city-to-city exchanges
2 study tours

 

 

Results

Main achievements in 2017
Deliverables
  • Modal split survey using Modalyzer was carried out
 
Capacity Development
  • The Deputy Mayor in charge of urban mobility has attended SUMP events (“4th European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans” 29 –30 March 2017, Dubrovnik, Croatia and “Connective Cities Dialogue in Georgia: Practitioners’ Workshop on Sustainable Urban Mobility and Climate Change – Reducing Air Pollution by Climate-Friendly Means of Urban Transport”, 20.02. – 22.02.2018 in Tiflis, Georgia).
  • The working groups meetings and support group meetings which focus on some urban mobility issues took place during elaboration of the Integrated Urban Concept of Zhytomyr (staring from 2016 till 2018 – around 40).
  • There were 7 focus groups on the Comfortable City priority (mobility is among strategic goals within this priority).
  • There were 2 mobility forums (spring 2016, autumn 2017).
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