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ITRL was co-founded by KTH, Scania, and Ericsson and more recently welcomed Trafikverket and Region Stockholm as core partners. This unique collaboration enables us to merge the interests of the information and communication technology, and transport sectors, whilst gaining critical policy input and a societal perspective from our public partners.

Integrated Transport Research Laboratory (ITRL), is an initiative by KTH , Scania  and Ericsson  where joint research is conducted in three main research areas, Mobility services, Connected and automated transport as well as Efficient transport concepts. Research projects include but is not limited to mobility as a service, electric road systems, autonomous buses, new gods transport concepts etc.

More recently we welcomed Trafikverket and Region Stockholm as core partners. In the larger Stockholm-Mälardalen region, there is a great interest in sustainable transportation development among municipalitites, county councils and industrial companies. Together with ITRL, these stakeholders have a unique opportunity to develop and also test new sustainable transportation solutions.

ITRL is funded by the partners with a total of MSEK 100, through 2021.

If your organisation is interested in getting involved, please contact Jonas Mårtensson .

Centre partners

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Project partners

All of ITRL's projects are made possible thanks to its strong partners' engagement. Some of our project partners include:

Stockholm & Botkyrka municipality, Region of Stockholm (SLL), Trafikverket, Chalmers, CLOSER, IKEA, Lidl, Hertz, AB Volvo, Bring, DB Schenker, RagnSells, Nobina, Keolis.

Page responsible:Malin Danielsson
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Last changed: Aug 31, 2021