Transport 2030

The purpose of the Transport 2030 project run by IVA from 2009 to 2010 was to lay the foundation for continued cooperation between business and industry, academia and public authorities in Sweden to create better conditions for sustainable development of the transport system in a 20-year perspective.
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Read the final report  (in swedish)


The project started in 2009 with representatives for stakeholders in the transport system developing a common vision for the future: “Sustainable Mobility 2030.”

In 2010 a number of large projects in progress were identified that had the potential to be developed into demonstration environments for actions of national significance required to establish new solutions for the transport system. The project also identified areas for entirely new development initiatives.

The project’s most important proposal was for the creation of a forum for strategic development of the transport sector with the long-term objective of driving development towards sustainable mobility.

Cooperation in different national and international forums creates opportunities to develop transport solutions which, on a global scale, can help significantly reduce environmental threats, improve individual prosperity and strengthen business competitiveness.

The Chairman was Ulrika Francke

Project funded by: Luftfartsverket (LFV), Swedish Maritime Administration (SMA), Swedish Transport Administration and Vinnova.

Published

Thursday 21 June 2018

Factors determining our future competitiveness

Research and Higher Education | Energy | Infrastructure | Digitalisation | Innovation | Entrepreneurship | Climate and Environment | Urban Development | Education and Learning

Friday 8 December 2017

New infrastructure and technology are making cars attractive again

Infrastructure | Good Cities of the Future | Urban Development

Friday 23 September 2016

The role of the bicycle in good cities of the future

Infrastructure | Good Cities of the Future | Urban Development

Thursday 3 September 2015

New study: Electricity production in Sweden

Reports | Energy | Infrastructure | Electricity Crossroads

Friday 29 April 2016

The Energy Commission learns from political history

Energy | Infrastructure | Management | Electricity Crossroads