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Category Archives: Infrastructure
Research demonstrates that it is possible to predict the need for parking in connection with renovations and new construction. At the same time, there is a trend towards cities, for example, eliminating street parking and instead using the land for cycling paths, as is the case in Stockholm and...
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration (NPRA) recognizes that unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are increasingly capable and potentially can replace the use of helicopters for avalanche monitoring, but there are challenges for the use of these. The NPRA has an active maintenance program which...
The biggest source of air pollution in cities is traffic, and the right type of vegetation can result in better air, particularly if it is growing near traffic. However, there is a key factor that a municipality should take into account before putting the plants in the ground, namely, traffic...
A city’s vegetation can affect its air quality both positively and negatively. The positive effect is that the total amount of air pollution decreases because the air is being filtered. On the other hand, vegetation in crowded street canyons can degrade the air locally if deployed in such a way...
Neither traffic signs nor traffic signals may be necessary if all vehicles are self-driving. But many questions remain as to what will be required in the future, which is why the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), Linköping University (LiU), and the Royal Institute of...
Upon turning 400, Gothenburg intends to celebrate by completing a cableway that spans the Göta River. Thousands of people are expected to make their daily commute on the cableway. The idea of a cableway for public transport was presented in detail at Transportforum in Linköping. Travel in...