Dr. Franklin's research interests include transport equity, congestion pricing, land use and transport interactions, travel time reliability, green vehicle policies, and political acceptability of transport policies. He is also founding Head of the EIT Urban Mobility Master School, in which a consortium of leading European technological universities offer a variety of dual-degre master programmes that integrate technical skills in transport sciene with training in innovation and entrepreneurship skills.
At KTH, Dr. Franklin has previously been Director of the Master of Transport and Geoinformation Technology and Associate Dean of Undergraduate and Master Education in the Built Environment, and he is currently Director of the Ph.D. in Transport Science. Dr. Franklin teaches courses in doctoral research methods in transport science and in transport and sustainable development.
Dr. Franklin holds a Ph.D. in Urban Planning & Design from the University of Washington, Seattle, and earlier degrees in Civil & Environmental Engineering from the University of California, Davis. He has also worked as a transport consultant at Fehr & Peers in Sacramento, California.
Degree Project in Systems Analysis and Economics, Second Cycle (AH222X), course responsible | Course web