The Transport 2025 programme was started in 2015. The programme is the Research Council of Norway's new strategic focus on research and innovation within the transport domain. The Transport 2025 programme incorporates a systemic perspective on the transport system viewed as a whole.
The ENERGIX programme will help to achieve energy and industrial policy objectives and is a key instrument in the implementation of the national Energi21 RD&D strategy for the energy sector. The programme will also promote the broadest possible range of research activities to open the door to new
The research programme 'Safety and Security in Transport' (TRANSIKK) is a continuation of the research programme 'Risk and Safety in the Transport Sector' (RISIT) which lasted from 2002 to 2009. The TRANSIKK programme provides funding for research within the following three areas: regulation
The MAROFF programme is a continuation of the former programme for maritime activities and offshore operations (also named MAROFF) which lasted from 2002 to 2009. The MAROFF programme works to realise the government's maritime strategy for promoting innovation and environmentally sustainable value
The research and development work is rooted in the Norwegian Public Roads Administration's vision, objective and values. Research and development are part of the "development" focus area associated with result-oriented management processes. The basis for the development of project areas and
The Transportation Association of Canada (TAC/ATC) is a national association with a mission to promote the provision of safe, secure, efficient, effective and environmentally and financially sustainable transportation services in support of Canada's social and economic goals.
The general trend within travel behaviour is that the proportion of car trips and the distance travelled per person is increasing. At the same time there has been a modal shift from sea and rail freight over to road freight. In total this leads to more road transport which again has environmental
'Transport and economic development' is a strategic research programme within TOI's wider 'Cost benefit analysis' research area. The main objective of the 'Cost benefit analysis' research area is to develop methods and tools for the appraisal of strategic transport plans. This includes the