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 State Secretariat for Education and Research (SBF / SER) within the Federal Department of Home Affairs is the Swiss federal government's specialised agency for national and international matters concerning general and university education, research and spatial planning. The SER is responsible
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 Danish Academy of Transport is a network organisation of several institutions. The academy promotes know-how, competences and education within freight transport across research, educational and consultancy institutions.
NTF (Nordisk Transportforskning / Nordic Transport Research Forum) was a Nordic cooperative organisation that promoted transport research in the Nordic region through increased cooperation between Nordic countries. NTF also aimed to promote transport research cooperation with the Baltic States. It
The Institute of Transport Economics has carried out evaluations and assessment programmes for different measures for improving public transport and their effects on the passengers transport sector as a whole. The aim of this programme is to improve the existing analytical tools in order to provide
The road network is influenced by climate conditions. The Norwegian climate in the future will bring higher precipitation - more frequent and more intense rainfall, milder winters, warmer summers, an increase in wind speed and storm frequency.This will affect the road network in several ways. Higher
'Road network assets' (Vegkapital in Norwegian) is a notion often found in official documents, e.g. in the state budget and the national transport plan. Nevertheless, a good estimate of the value of the road network and what would happen if the funding was to be changed, is still not available.