Head of Development and International Affairs, Urban Transport Administration, City of Gothenburg
After graduating as an environmental scientist in the late 90s, Malin Andersson has been working with infrastructure and city planning at national, regional and local levels, always with sustainable development as a leading star and with science as a basis for decisions. She has a record in urban planning, strategic environmental assessments (SEA), environmental impact assessments (EIA) both as consultant and national expert at the former National Rail Administration. For three years she was a national strategist on sustainable transport at the National Transport Administration, and involved in research, benchmarking, future scenarios and transport politics. Since 2013 Malin has had leading positions in the City of Gothenburg, Urban Transport Administration, now as Manager of Development and International Affairs.
The Urban Transport Administration in the city of Gothenburg has a long record of triple helix collaborations with academia, business and citizens and sustainability and traffic safety are essential and well known characteristica to our city. Currently we are developing and implementing sustainable transport and travel initiatives such as smart city logistics, autonomous driving (DriveMe), smart citizens dialogue, electric buses (ElectriCity), geofenced electric vehicles and more. Malin is a happy all-year-and-weather e-bike commuter since six years.