Migration, immigration and future transport


Does the transportation policy need to be adapted to meet the different needs and requirements of the new Swedes?

In the autumn of 2015 refugees flooded Europe, including Sweden. Their arrival posed challenges for the European transportation system, as well as for society in general.

The purpose of this report is twofold. One section addresses how the Swedish transportation system and its stakeholders managed to handle, in the short term, the rapidly increasing migration flows without major disruptions. The other section addresses whether the transportation policy needs to be adapted to meet the different needs and requirements of the new Swedes.


Summary Report 2016:14 Migration, immigration and future

Full report in Swedish

Barriers to public transport: A government investigation into public transport accessibility for people with functional impairments

Traffic analysis has been commissioned by the Government to map barriers to accessibility and usability within the public...

Contracts for the procured public transport 2015

In Sweden, for the last 20 years, the vast majority of regional public transport has been provided through public procurements....

Assignments for clarifications of the transport policy objectives

Transport Analysis was tasked with two government assignments in 2016. These entailed reviewing the clarifications of the...