The Public Road Administration (PRA) in Iceland gives priority to one research and development topic every 5 years. Between 2001-2005 the priority is given to projects involving accidents and traffic safety. In order to co-ordinate and share utilisation of researches in this field more effectively
The role of the Icelandic Road and Coastal Administration (IRCA) is to oversee the country’s transport system on land and sea, in the best way possible with a view to society’s needs, the safety of users of the system and environmental considerations. Research under the auspices of IRCA is divided
The Electric Vehicle Demonstration Programme focusses on the driver's needs since their preferences and requests on technical requirements will determine the market. Through this method one can identify opportunities and eliminate possible barriers for large-scale introduction of electric vehicles
All information in Transguide deals with transport including the field of Telematics. Information is divided over the following databases:
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The Swedish Energy Agency supports research and development of new knowledge associated with the supply, conversion, distribution and use of energy. Grants are also given for pilot and demonstration installations for testing new technology. In addition, the Agency is involved in international
VINNOVA, The Swedish Agency for Innovation Systems integrates research and development in technology, transport and working life. VINNOVA's mission is to promote sustainable growth by financing RTD and development effective innovation systems.
The Swedish National Rail Administration has overall responsibility for the entire railway system. This means that it follow and promote development throughout the entire railway sector. The Swedish National Rail Administration's activities are steered by the Parliamentary transport policy goals.The
Banverket's strategy starts out from the vision that the basic industry still is the foundation of the prosperity of a country. Commuting to the cities should be largely by train. Climate change puts new demands on planning, construction and maintenance of the railway and the vehicles. To be able to