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Swedish National Road Consulting AB (SweRoad) is a limited Company owned by the Swedish Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation and governed by Trafikverket (the Swedish Transport Administration).

The business idea of SweRoad is to provide consulting services within the transport sectors, especially road, road safety and railways, to clients outside Sweden. SweRoad has over three decades of experience in the international market with more than 300 consulting assignments carried out in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Central and South America.

Projects run by SweRoad usually includes advisory services and technical assistance to Government agencies, ministries, and local authorities with the concept of focusing on the needs of the client. The overall objective is to assist in obtaining a sound and sustainable development in the transport system wherever needed

Due to the close ties with such Swedish authorities, institutions and organisations it is natural for SweRoad to work in close co-operation with road, railway and transport authorities in other countries. Projects run by SweRoad usually include advisory services and technical assistance to Government agencies and local authorities.

Quality Systems

SweRoad has developed a quality system that relates to ISO 9001 in critical processes. SweRoad is a government owned entity and ally of the Swedish Transport Administration that manages all aspect of roads, railways and transport in Sweden and which has direct operational responsibilities in Sweden. SweRoad therefore has access to the full range of Swedish expertise in the Transport Administration. Because of this “hands on” role of the Swedish Transport Administration, we are close to expertise, knowledge and practical operational experience unique worldwide.

Two important knowledge resources

In 2010, Trafikverket (the Swedish Transport Administration) was formed by merging the former Swedish Road Administration, the Swedish Railway Administration and parts of some other Swedish authorities. The new administration is responsible for the long-term planning and development of the national transport system for roads, railways, shipping and aviation according to the needs of the society. It is also the government authority responsible for construction and maintenance of state roads and railways in Sweden and for the supervision of government-subsidised municipal and private roads.It has the overall responsibility for road safety and environmental impacts of the road and railway traffic, public transport, adaptation to the needs of the disabled etc. The whole land transport system including inland waterways, locks and car ferries is thus the responsibility of – and is supervised and monitored by – one and the same government administration.

The Swedish Transport Agency's main tasks are  to issue regulations, licences and permits within the transport system, and supervision to ensure that the components of the system function as intended, with due consideration to safety, environment and health. Other tasks are work to ensure that goals of the transport politics are reached and to contribute to an internationally competitive and safe transport system with minimum impact on the environment. The Agency thus both develops and drafts rules and acts as an inspectorate checking that the rules are observed.

SweRoad has extensive resources in manpower, technical information, experience and know-how. When needed SweRoad can also recruit specialists from other authorities, institutions and organisations in Sweden and abroad and can thereby cover the full range of consulting services in the transport sectors.


          Updated on September 29th, 2017


SWEROAD is a state owned private limited company with more than 30 years of experience, and is governed by Trafikverket (the Swedish Transport Administration). Our business concept is to provide consultancy services internationally to transport administrations outside Sweden within the Road and Railway transport sectors. Our vision is to enable our Clients to achieve a transport system conducive to sustainable human welfare by providing services that are efficient and timely implemented and to the satisfaction of the Client.

What's New

Tanzania, Improvement of Road Safety and Data Collection 22/01/2018

In January 2018 SweRoad has signed a contract  with Tanzania National Roads Agency (TANROADS) financed by the African Development Bank (AFDB). The overall goal of the project is to upgrade the Tobra-Koga-Mpanda (342.9 km) and Mbinga-Mbamba Bay Road (67 km) to bitumen standard, during which the road safety audit shall be carried out.

Serbia, Road Rehabilitation and Safety Project (RRSP) 28/12/2017

In December 2017 SweRoad has signed a contract with the Public Enterprise "Roads of Serbia" to certify Road Safety Auditors. The overall goal of the project is to improve conditions on state road network by rehabilitating 1,100 km of roads, increasing road safety, strengthening capacity and developing institutional coordination in the field of road and traffic safety. The aim is to provide training and subsequent certification of minimum 50 - 60 trainees, divided into 4 groups with maximum 15 trainees. The service will be provided in Belgrade.

Ukraine, Advice on Electronic Tolling, Weigh-In-Motion and Automated Speed Enforcement Systems Designs. 25/04/2017

In April 2017 SweRoad has together with Grant Thornton Ukraine signed a contract with The State Road Agency of Ukraine (Ukravtodor) to implement ITS development project in Ukraine including three main components: electronic toll collection or e-vignette (ETC), weigh-in-motion (WIM) and automated speed enforcement (ASE) as well as the integration among them. The overview of the best international practice for developing and implementing integrated ITS solutions with regard to WIM, ETC and ASE.

Laos, Detailed Design, Project Implementation Supervision and Support. 17/09/2017

In September 2017 Sweroad signed a contract with the Ministry of Public Works and Transport in Laos. The project covers three parts, first, performing climate resilient periodic maintenance and routine maintenance works program in the six provinces, including technical assistance for design and supervision of works. Second, carrying out routine maintenance of provincial and district roads in the Project provinces, consisting of roads selected by GoL in accordance with the respective AWPBs. Third, Provision of technical and operational assistance for the design and supervision, procurement, quality assurance, contract management, and other technical management of the works

Ghana, Driver Licensing and Vehicle Examiner Training Courses. 24.04.2017

On April 24th 2017, SweRoad commenced a three plus three week intensive training in Ghana for the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA).
The Vehicle Examiner training course is given for approximately 20 Vehicle Examiners from DVLA and five Traffic Police Officers. The course outline is designed to give the participant theoretical and practical knowledge and skills to carry out professional vehicle inspections on different types of vehicles with focus on defects that can affect road safety. All participants will as part of the training inspect vehicles on the road. Focus will be on heavy trucks and public transport vehicles. The participants will also learn how vehicle inspections are performed in a modern well-equipped inspection hall and how to assess the results from computerised testing equipment.

Mauritius,  Road Safety Audits and Training of technical personnel. 21.03.2017

In March 2017, SweRoad  signed a contract with the Ministry of Public Infrastructure and Land Transport (Land Transport Division) in Mauritius. The assignment involves the carrying out of Road Safety Audits along existing classified M, A & B Roads in Mauritius and Training of technical personnel on Road Safety Audits for existing roads and new road projects.

Bosnia-Herzegovina, Improving the climate resilience of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s road network. 06.03.2017

On March 6th 2017, SweRoad commenced a Climate Change Adaptation project for improvement of Bosnia & Hercegovina’s (FBiH) road network. The contract is signed with The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) with funds from the Central European Initiative to support Bosnia & Herzegovina in establishing an institutional framework and introducing international best practice on identifying and managing climate risks to the country’s road network

Myanmar; Rural Roads and Access Project. 19.01.2017

In January 2017Sweroad has together with our local partner Myanmar International Consultants Co Ltd been engaged directly by the AsianDevelopment Bank to assist the Ministry of Construction in Developing the Asset Management Program for Myanmar Roads. It is a 20 month assignment were the consultants role is to assist Public Works Department.

Qatar, Road Safety Awareness and Campaign. 18.11.2016

SweRoad is together with VTI providing specialists within Road Safety Awareness and Campaign to the Government of Qatar. The objective of the assignment is to develop guidelines for evidence-based design of publicity and awareness campaign that will support change of the road user’s behaviour, attitude towards traffic behaviour and knowledge in order to support the objectives of the National Road Safety Strategy 2013-2022.

Vietnam, Extending Community Inclusive Performance-Based Road Maintenance for Local Road Networks in Vietnam.  

On October 2016, SweRoad has together withlocal partner IPTE - Institute of Planning and Technical Engineering, been engaged directly by the World Bank to assist the Directorate of Roads under the Ministry of Transport in Consulting Service for Extending Community Performance-Based Road Maintenance for Local Road Networks in Vietnam.

Ethiopia, Technical Assistance for Modernization of the Ethiopian Roads Authority. 21.10.2016

SweRoad commenced the services for a contract for Ethiopian Roads Authority for “Consultancy Services for the Technical Assistance for Modernization of the Ethiopian Roads Authority through Technical Audit and Quality Management” on 21st of October 2016.
The Government of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia has received a loan from the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of Ethiopian Transport Sector Project in Support of Road Sector Development Stage IV projects for modernizing the Ethiopian Roads Authority’s project planning, procurement and design contract management.