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Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) for Ruiru Kenya
The broad purpose of any mobility planning exercise is to identify how far the needs of existing and potential transport users are being met, and to close any gap between what is provided and what is needed. SUMP is the result of a structured process that comprises status analysis, vision building, objective and target setting, policy and measure selection, active communication, monitoring and evaluation – and the identification of lessons learnt.The Kiambu County Integrated Development Plan – CIDP (2013-2017) seeks to create and transform systems, structures and institutions based on five key pillars of security, employment, education, health and urban planning. The CIDP takes into account various roads related projects.