On October 19th, Carin PT project partners attended a webinar hosted by K2 – The Swedish Knowledge Center for Public Transport. The webinar presented a recently published book: Experimentation for sustainable transport? Risks, strengths, and governance implications. The overarching ambition of the book is to generate dialogue between research and practice around the phenomenon of experimentation, its prospects, and limitations in terms of sustainable transport transformations. The book highlights the strengths and limitations of experimental working methods that today are a clear element in governance, planning, and research and development work for sustainable transport.
Kelsey Oldbury, Karolina Isaksson & Greg Marsden (Eds.), 2022, Experimentation for sustainable transport? Risks, strengths, and governance implications.
The book is available for download: experimentation_for_sustainable_transport_edit_by_oldbury_isaksson_marsden_002.pdf (k2centrum.se)