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Jonas Eliasson

Title: Professor of Transport Systems, Linköping University & Director of Transport Access, Swedish National Transportation Administration
NACTO Title: Speaker, Designing Cities Conference
Jonas Eliasson

Jonas Eliasson is visiting professor of transport systems at Linköping university and new Director of Transport Access at the Swedish National Transportation Administration. He was Director of the Stockholm City Transportation Administration 2016-2019 and professor of transport systems analysis at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) 2007-2016.

His research interests focus on transport policy design and evaluation, including areas such as cost-benefit analysis, transport pricing, railway capacity allocation, transport demand modeling, congestion charges, decision making in the transport sector, public and political acceptability of transport policies, and valuations of travel time and reliability.

Prof. Eliasson has a long involvement in analyzing, developing and applying transport policies and appraisal methodologies. He has been engaged as expert advisor to a large number of urban, regional and national governments around the world regarding strategic transportation issues, often involving sustainable transport planning, transport pricing and social and economic appraisal. He directed the design and evaluation of the Stockholm congestion pricing system, in operation since 2006, and has subsequently been heavily involved with its evaluation and redesign, as well as the design and evaluation of the Gothenburg congestion pricing system, in operation since 2013. He has chaired the national committee for analysis of the National Transport Investment Plan, and has been a member of the standing expert advisory board to the National appraisal guidelines committee. He chairs the Planning & Construction committee of the Royal Academy of Engineering Sciences, and is a member of several scientific committees and editorial boards.