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  • Road and Rail Research Initiative Launched

    In a bid to improve future transportation capacity and safety in Sweden, KTH has joined the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) and the National Road and Transport Research Institute (Statens Väg- och Trafikinstitut, VTI) in announcing plans to invest a total of SEK 200 million (USD 29.1 million) on research and innovation in road and rail technology.

  • Seminar on Methods for Managing Deep Uncertainty in Planning for Sustainable Transport: Results from MUST phase 1

    The MUST project explores methods like Decision Making under Deep Uncertainty (DMDU) and Exploratory Modeling and Analysis (EMA) to complement traditional planning in the transport sector. In this seminar, we'll share Phase 1 findings, including a literature review on uncertainty in transport planning, insights from workshops, and a case study applying DMDU methods. Join us for a straightforward discussion and a Q&A session.

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Last changed: Sep 22, 2020