Political, scientific and cultural center, with more than 280.000 inhabitants, the biggest Slovenian city and its most important business centre. Demonstration city in two CIVITAS projects: MOBILIS and ELAN, Ljubljana is greatly fulfilling its vision to be a city on a human scale. The transport strategy, whose measures have successfully transformed the city into a model of sustainable mobility, has made Ljubljana an example for the entire region and Europe.
A municipality of 11,773 inhabitants living in the area of 107 km2. The municipality has 44 villages and is located at the junction ofthe Pannonian Plainwith the SlovenianGorice. Itthuscovers twovery differentgeographicareas: plainwith fieldsandlowlandmeadowsalong the river Muraandtheothermountainous parts coveredwith vineyards. Known for itsexcellent wine, pumpkin oil, andthermal sources, the municipality adopted a2012 sustainable mobility strategy that has been rated asthe third most successfulin Europe.
The second largest city in the Republic of Slovenia, with more than 180,000 inhabitants and a highly developed industry, but also the European Capital of Culture 2012. Faced with serious environmental problems, Maribor made sustainable transport plan with clear objectives. (Information available in English)
Link to SUMP:
Sustainable urban transport plan Maribor