Waterways a Hot Topic in Stockholm

During the coming weeks there will be three different seminars on the topic waterways in the capital of Sweden. First to go is the Chamber of Commerce in Stockholm, who also launches a new report on Thursday the 26th of January. Following tightly is Mälardalsrådet, the Council for the Stockholm Mälar Region with an Open … Read more

Postdoc in Waterborne urban mobility

Postdoc in Waterborne urban mobility, city logistics and regional freight on urban and inland waterways (Lighthouse postdoc program) KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm has grown to become one of Europe’s leading technical and engineering universities, as well as a key centre of intellectual talent and innovation. The department of Aeronautical and vehicle engineering is … Read more

The waterway, a part of sustainable growth?

A seminar, at Almedalen 2016, based on the pre-study, the waterway – an intermodal piece. A feasibility study and joint projects with the Swedish Transport Analysis, KTH, the Swedish Maritime Administration, Avatar, Vattenbussen and the Gothenburg School of Economics. How can we let the transport systems on the waterways be scaled and adapted to urban environment, … Read more

A return to its maritime roots

New York City gears up for the launch of the Citywide Ferry service in 2017 by Shirley Del Valle, Managing Editor, Marine Log issue, June 17, 2016. Read the article – A return to its maritime roots


In terms of spreading our research results and learning about what is happening abroad the UITP waterborne platform is an important organization. Therefore KTH is becoming a member on behalf of the Waterway 365 project and Vattenbussen will represent the project on conferences. Last fall on the interesting Seamlessly Connecting Waterborne & Land Public Transport … Read more