0 of 0 for ""

Transportation infrastructure

Global demographic patterns are driving a rapid and radical change in transport systems. There is a great need for more sustainable transport systems that move people and goods safely and efficiently.

Sweco’s services in transportation infrastructure

Civil engineering

Sweco’s civil engineering specialists plan and design everything from roads and tunnels to bridges and ports. All for an even more accessible society.

  • Road and land use planning
  • Rock excavation design and geotechnical engineering
  • Bridge design
  • Port master planning
  • Surveying
Car driving in a tunnel going separate ways


Sweco’s experts have technical expertise in areas ranging from studies and plans for new tracks and railways to operation and maintenance of those already in place.

  • Tracks
  • Electricity
  • Signalling
  • Telecoms
  • Operation and maintenance
Yellow train on maintenance service

Traffic planning

Sweco’s traffic planners are involved in planning and strategies at an early stage for everything from public transportation to freight traffic, to ensure smooth and safe travel for all road and rail users.

  • Capacity planning
  • Accessibility planning
  • Strategic planning
  • Intelligent transportation systems (ITS)
Bicycle tunnel entrance by Sweco

Project management

Sweco’s project managers are the link between the client’s vision and the actual implementation of complex construction projects.

  • Project and design management
  • Property and development management
  • Site supervision


Sweco’s IT experts manage, and process data produced by the city to streamline everything from transportation to water flows.

  • Systems development and big data
  • Data coordination and BIM
  • 3D visualisation and geographical analyses
  • Strategy and operational support
Drawing of a bridge

Digitalisation has profoundly changed transport needs and patterns

A sustainable, accessible transport system is essential for connecting communities efficiently and appealingly. Digitalisation, in the form of sensor technology and management of large amounts of complex data, can be used to optimise the design of railway and tramway systems from an emissions perspective. Digital technologies can also meet the demands of urbanisation for efficient, sustainable transport solutions by improving traffic flows and maintenance planning.

Cross-border expertise in transportation infrastructure

With more than 6,000 employees focused on transport issues, Sweco is one of the world’s largest actors in the area. With expertise in technology, architecture and environmental services, Sweco plans and designs transport systems for pedestrian and cycle paths, roads, bridges, tunnels, ports and railways. In multidisciplinary teams, within and across national borders, Sweco develops existing systems and designs tomorrow’s transport infrastructure.

UN Sustainable Development Goals

In transportation infrastructure, Sweco’s main contribution is to UN global goals SDG 9: Sustainable Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, and SDG 13: Climate Action.