Fredrik Pettersson

Associate Senior Lecturer

Research

My research interest is in the dynamics between different levels of decision-making and different organizations and actors in the transition to a more sustainable transport system. I am interested in national level policy making as well as planning and decision-making processes at local and regional level. The topic of my thesis was Swedish infrastructure policy and planning - conditions for sustainability. Since the completion of the thesis in 2014 I had a two year position as a post doc researcher at Transport & Roads, and since of January 2018 I am Associate senior lecturer at the department. I share my time between an office at Transport & Roads, and an office at K2 the Swedish Knowledge Centre for Public Transport. 

Ongoing research projects:

How to increase the share of travel by public transport? Models for effective measures (funded by the Swedish Energy Agency 2017- 2019)

Public transport on-demand? – Assessment of the potential for demand-responsive public transport services in Sweden (funded by K2 the Swedish knowledge centre for public transport, 2018 -2019)

Policy Shapers Attitudes to Public Transport (funded by K2 the Swedish knowledge centre for public transport, 2018)

The relay – Passing on environmental objectives to transport planning decisions (funded by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, 2018 - 2020)

Recently completed research projects:

Collaboration in public transport planning (funded by K2)

Incentives for bus priority measures in cities (funded by K2)

System effects regarding energy consumption in freight and passenger transport due to increased e-commerce (funded by the Swedish Energy Agency)

Ddynamic public transport for everyday sustainable travel (funded by Vinnova)

Systems effects of introducing High Capacity Transport in Sweden (funded by Vinnova)

Previous research projects:

Swedish short version of the results from the international R&D Project OMEGA (lessons for mega-transport infrastructure), Funded by the Swedish Transport Administration

Road map for public transport in urban planning. Funded by Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions

The Øresund EcoMobility project. Funded by Interreg IV

LETS 2050 - Governing transitions towards Low-Carbon Energy and Transport Systems for 2050. Funded by Vinnova – Sweden’s innovation agency, the Swedish environmental protection agency, the Swedish energy agency, the Swedish road agency

The OMEGA 2 Project: Mega Projects and Mega Risks: Lessons for Decision-makers through a Comparative Analysis of Selected Large-scale Transport Infrastructure Projects in Europe, USA and Asia Pacific. Funded by Volvo Research and Education Foundation

Recent research outputs

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