What are the key factors for a transition to a future transport system, and what initiatives are taken to facilitate a change?
This year's Transport Initiative Seminar
offered a range of different perspectives on what waits around the corner. Representatives from industry, public sector and academia shared their views on what factors will have impact on tomorrow's mobility, and what actions are already taking place.
Download the presentations:Virtual trains - the Future of Transportation?Lars Hesselgren, Director of Research PLP Architecture
Ethical, legal and political implications of self driving vehiclesGustaf Arrhenius, Director Institute for Futures StudiesWhat does science do for the SDGs, what do the SDGs do for science?Katarina Gårdfeldt, Director Centre for Environment and Sustainability, GMV EU transport policy – what to expect in the future?Stefan Back, Director Sustainable Logistics, Swedish Confederation of Transport Enterprises The transport purchaser's role for sustainable transport Linda Styhre, IVL SvenskaMiljöinstitutetHow can future transportation become more sustainable? Taking the perspective of the individualCecilia J Bergstad, University of Gothenburg Where is the key to transforming our current sociotechnical transport system regime?Malin Andersson, Urban Transport Administration, City of GothenburgOngoing research at a glancePresentations of current research projects Actions for future transportation by The Swedish Transport AdministrationChrister Löfving, Swedish Transport AdministrationSelf-driving and all-electric transports –The role of the T-pod in the futureHenrik Wallström, EinrideAstaZero's role in the future transportation systemNiklas Lundin, AstaZero
Road based transportation ready for disruptionKarin Svensson, Vice President Group Strategy, Volvo Group