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Erik Ronnle researcher at K2 and the Department of Business Administration, Lund University have successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled Justifying mega-projects - an analysis of the Swedish High-Speed ​​Rail Project. The thesis shows that the National Negotiation on Housing and Infrastructure (Sverigeförhandlingen) legitimized projects by using a combination of different strategies.

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Meet K2's new postdocs Chiara Vitrano and Chunli Zhao!

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Chiara Vitrano  -  accessibility and equality in public transport

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The scientific paper "Perceived action spaces for public actors in the development of Mobility as a Service" from K2 was ranked among the top papers of TRA 2018. The best papers submitted to the conference will be published in the European Transport Research Review (ETRR) open access Journal. Authors Dalia Mukhtar-Landgren, K2 and Lund University, and Göran Smith, K2 and Chalmers University of Technology.

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Utility analyzes that form the basis for decision-making in the Swedish negotiations do not hold what they promise. This means Erik Ronnle, PhD student at K2 and Lund University, who studies decision-making in the Swedish negotiations.
"The utility analyzes have so many methodological errors and are incomparable in so many ways that they can not be used," says Erik Ronnle.

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A multiannual research project has asked important questions about how cooperation works in practice in public transport planning. The project was presented last week at a breakfast seminar in Kollektivtrafikens hus in Stockholm.

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In 2017 there will be an ongoing work to develop new research projects that can be carried out within the framework of K2 during the period 2018-2019. Now nine sketches have been selected based on 30 submitted project sketches. These will now be developed into completed project proposals.

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Public transport is more than just transporting people between different places. If the role was most about commuting and leisure trips today, several dimensions of social development are being raised. Social benefits are one aspect.

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New research leaders at K2 from mid-year are Christina Scholten, Malmö University, Claus Hedegaard Sørensen, VTI, and Jan Persson, Malmö University. The mission of the new research leaders is to create more cooperation between different research projects at K2 and to deepen cooperation between researchers and public transport actors.

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