Two new research reports published by SMoG researchers

Meta Berghauser Pont and Gianna Stavroulaki, working in multidisciplinary research teams, finalized and published two research reports.


Find the links along with a short description below:

  1. INTEGRERAD STADSMILJÖEFFEKTANALYS (ISMA) AV INFRASTRUKTURELLA FÖRÄNDRINGAR / INTEGRATED URBAN ENVIRONMENT EFFECT ANALYSIS OF INFRASTRUCTURALTRANSFORMATIONS

The report presents the method developed within the research project ‘Stadsmiljöanalys- Analys av tätbebyggda miljöer i infrastrukturprojekt’, funded by Trafikverket. This project sets up an integrated methodology for analysing and estimating the local impact of road and rail infrastructure projects in urban environments, either by way of new infrastructure or by way of retrofits, focusing on socioeconomic, environmental, and cultural-historical effects.

Collaborators: Oskar Kindvall (Calluna), Emy Lanemo (Norkonsult), Monika Levan (Trafikverket)

Swedish report  >>>

English report  >>>


  1. Förtätning av stationsnära områden för god tillgänglighet. Utveckling av en analys-och utvärderingsmetod.

The report presents the method developed within the research project ‘Urbana stationssamhäll- en – förtätning av stationsnära områden för god tillgänglighet’ funded by Trafikverket and led by Urban Futures. The project aimed to provide increased understanding of densification in relation to regional accessibility and of the positive and negative consequences of densification in areas close to stations. It can also create insights into how different alternatives for the development of areas near stations can be evaluated based on Agenda 2030, especially Goal 11: Sustainable cities and communities.

Collaborators: Javier Falla Arce, Nina Hannula, Anna Gustafsson (Gothenburg region GR), Sanna Isemo, Jenny Sjödin (Urban Futures), Ulf Ranhagen (Dalarna University), Tony Svensson (KTH)


Swedish report >>>


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