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Joel Hansson is a PhD student at Lund University and K2 – the Swedish knowledge centre for public transport. His PhD project aims at developing knowledge about effective regional public transport. He has previously been working with public transport strategies and analyses in different parts of Sweden as a consultant. Joel is the main author of the Swedish guidelines for Regional BRT.

Sessions

  • June 12: Opening Pandora’s Box: Transforming Cities and Reaching Operational Excellence through BRT Systems

    Swedish Guidelines for Regional Bus Rapid Transit

    An adaption of BRT to a regional level, connecting urban areas and the semirural areas in-between, has potential to become an affordable alternative for high-quality regional public transport. Guidelines have been introduced in Sweden, and implementation has begun in Skåne County. The idea is that this concept will offer an alternative to rail for high-quality public transport in semirural areas.