|Authors:||Oddrun Helen Hagen, Marianne Knapskog, Chi Kwan Kwong, Erik Bjørnson Lunke, Maja Karoline Rynning|
|ISBN (digital version):||978-82-480-2152-0|
In this report we suggest how to organise cooperation between the state and local level regarding land use and transport analysis. Based on sub tasks defined for the report, it is suggested that the responsibility for a land use projection tool is given to the transport agencies and the National Transport Plan collaboration. This will ensure a strong connection to the transport models. Alternatively, the responsibility can be given to a separate entity run by the planning authority to safeguard a greater land use focus as well as a wider use of the projections. The land use projection tool will be used at the local level, and the collaboration entails both land use projections and an up to data bases for the transport models. Through a continuous collaboration where local land use and transport actors participate in permanent working groups and steering committees, the aim is to secure increased and appropriate use of transport models, that land use is taken into greater consideration in the transport modelling and that the actors experience predictability and efficiency. On the local level we suggest that the responsibility for coordinating the land use projections is given to the county and that the local responsibility for the transport models is still within the Norwegian Public Roads Administration.