Vision Zero International Course

In order to spread information and experience on the Vision Zero approach, we have initiated a week-long international course. The 2024 edition of the Vision Zero International Course will take place on 16-20 September in Gothenburg, Sweden.

For the sixth time we are now offering the Vision Zero International Course. During the course, interesting lectures will be mixed with study visits to clearly exemplify the Swedish model. At the end of the course the participants will receive a diploma as proof of participation.

Course goals

After the course the participants will have gained a deep understanding of Vision Zero as a policy innovation and how it can affect working methods, as well as how a safe road transport system can be created. Participants will also receive a platform for the understanding of how to continue the work with road safety issues in their respective countries.

Target audience

The course is targeted to a broad audience, and it is highly relevant to anyone who works on road safety in for example government authorities, industry, NGOs, municipalities, the police and academia, as well as experts within UN authorities, development banks, and other international organisations. The course is limited to 25 participants.


The course lecturers will primarily be Swedish Transport Administration experts in their respective fields as well as guest lecturers from other authorities, municipalities, academies and industry. All the lectures and course material are in English.

Practical information

The course will be held at the Lindholmen Science park, Lindholmspiren 5 in Gothenburg on September 16th –20th 2024. Accommodation is booked on Radisson Blu Riverside hotel, Lindholmspiren 4 in Gothenburg.


The course fee is 20.000 SEK per participant. The course is non-profit and includes hotel, from 15th to 21st  of September 2024, all documentation, study visits, breakfast, coffee and snacks in the morning and afternoon, as well as lunch, Monday through Friday. Also included is a group dinner for all participants on the evening of Wednesday September 18th.

In collaboration with various stakeholders

The course is arranged in collaboration with Folksam, City of Gothenburg, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Swedish Transport Agency, Swedish Police, the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), Volvo, Swedish Abstaining Motorists’ Association (MHF), University of Örebro, The National Society for Road Safety (NTF), Scania, University of Umeå, Autoliv, SAFER Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre at Chalmers, Lund University and World Health Organization (WHO).