Smart Streets: Vinnova grant to SMoG researchers

The SMoG research group is part of the new project Smart Streets financed by Vinnova. KTH leads the project and besides KTH and Chalmers, one research institute (VTI) and three consultancies (Spacescape, White, Sweco) participate in the project that just got 9 Mn kronor (1 Mn USD). The Smart Streets project aims at developing models for multifunctional streets that can be used for reconstruction and new construction, meeting the challenges of future urbanization, digitization, electrification, segregation and climate change. Meta Berghauser Pont is PI for the parts of the project developed at Chalmers.

See more info about the project at Chalmers website


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