CERE’s Bengt Kriström and Per-Olov Johansson writes on SvD debate on April 28th, 2018 about what they see as a “coherence between economic experts when it comes to high-speed rails in Sweden”. Apart from the project “having few or no chances at all of becoming socio-economically profitable. One of the key factors is the population density – Sweden just does not have a big enough population” they say.

“High-speed rails could possibly decrease the emission of green-house gas but at a high cost. A decrease in carbon dioxide could cost up to 40 times more than the cheaper option.”

Read the full article (only in Swedish) ”Snabba tåg stöds varken av klimat eller ekonomi”