Mistra SAMS studies digitally supported services for accessibility and mobility, to understand their potential to transform society and contribute to sustainability.

Our aim is to provide insight into public actors’ possible roles and means to influence new accessibility services and platform technology. Which pathways are open to public actors, and which are the effects of those pathways on long-term sustainability targets?

The programme is hosted and managed by KTH Royal Institute of Technology in close cooperation with VTI Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute. Together with its partners, Mistra SAMS conducts innovative research on the transformation of accessibility in primarily an urban environment.



Swedish Radio: Electric scooters everywhere - is sharing good?

Karolina Isaksson talks about the environmental effects of electric scooters in Prylarnas Pris

Text: Exponential Roadmap. Scaling 36 solutions to halve emissions by 2030.