SAFER Secretariat

Magnus Granström

Magnus Granström

magnus.granstrom [at]
+46-734 – 060424

Ines Heinig

Project coordinator
ines.heinig [at]
+46 (0)31 772 28 26

Malin Levin

Deputy director
malin.levin [at]
+46 (0)73 333 07 83

Mikael von Redlich

Office Manager
redlich [at]
+46 31-772 21 06

Sofia Fagrell

sofia.fagrell [at]

Research area directors

Katrin Sjöberg

katrin.sjoberg [at]

Anna Sjörs Dahlman

anna.dahlman [at]

Jolyon Carroll

jolyon.carroll [at]
Magnus Granström

Magnus Granström

magnus.granstrom [at]
+46-734 – 060424

Linus Wågström

linus.wagstrom [at]

Get in touch

Postal Address

P.O. Box 8077
SE-402 78 Göteborg


SAFER reception: +46 (0)31 772 21 06
Lindholmen Science Park, switchboard: +46 (0)31 764 70 00
Chalmers University of Technology, switchboard: +46 (0)31 772 10 00

Visiting/Delivery Address

Att: NN
Lindholmspiren 3
SE-417 56 Göteborg


safer [at]

Getting here

Address: Lindholmspiren 3A, Lindholmen Science Park, Göteborg, Sweden.
Bus stop: Lindholmen

Ferry, bike, car or bus. There are many ways to get to SAFER at Lindholmen Science Park. The ferry takes only 5 minutes from Stenpiren and Bus 16 or 55 will take you to Lindholmen in 8 minutes from the Central Station.

From Göteborg Landvetter Airport (GOT)

Airport Coaches
The airport bus takes you to Göteborg City Centre in 30 minutes and cost SEK 105 (11 €). Take the bus to Nils Ericson Terminal/Central Station (Centralstationen).

Airport coaches

Go out the west exit to bus stop Nordstan. Bus 16 and 16X (direction Eketrägatan) runs every 3 minutes at rush hour. From Nordstan to Lindholmen takes 6-8 minutes. 
NOTE: You cannot pay with cash or card on the buses!

Västtrafik, Public transport

The taxi service is located just outside the international transit hall. All of the major taxi chains are represented and standing by to help you get into town in a convenient and speedily manner. Approximate fixed prices by taxi from Landvetter Airport to Lindholmen cost 470 SEK (520€).

 Taxi Göteborg: +46 31 650 000
 Taxi Kurir: +46 31 27 27 27

It's a nice bike ride to SAFER at Lindholmen. From the city centre, go by the bridge "Götaälvbron" and then follow the signs to Lindholmen. From the central station it takes about 15 minutes to Lindholmen by bike. It is also possible to go to one of the ferry terminals and take the bike on the ferry to Lindholmen.

Gothenburg’s first route for electric buses runs between Lindholmen Science Park and Johanneberg Science Park via Avenyn, Brunnsparken and Götaälvbron. The buses are silent and emission-free and run on electricity from wind power and hydropower. The bus route is among the most modern in the world. Among other things, passengers can recharge their phones onboard and enter and exit the bus from indoors. Ordinary Västtrafik tickets are used to ride the bus.

The quickest way is to take the direct ferry "Älvsnabbare" which runs from Stenpiren straight to Lindholmspiren.

This trip will take about 6 minutes.

There is another ferry called "Älvsnabben" that runs between Lilla Bommen - Stenpiren -  Lindholmspiren - Slottsberget - Eriksberg - Klippan.

The stop "Lindholmspiren" is situated in the Lindholmen Science Park area.

SAFER’s office at Lindholmen is located in central Gothenburg. It takes about 5-10 minutes from the city centre of Gothenburg to get to Lindholmen by car. 

From the bridge "Götaälvbron" or the tunnel "Tingstadstunneln" 
Drive towards the Norra Älvstranden to Lindholmen. Turn right under the railway, towards Lindholmen. Then take the first left onto Lindholmsallén. This is the main road leading up to the main building.

From the bridge "Älvsborgsbron"
Drive towards Norra Älvstranden through the tunnel "Lundbytunneln". Follow the signs towards Norra Älvstranden and later Lindholmen.

From the E6 northbound, E20 or highway 45
From Stockholm drive towards Oslo and follow the signs towards Hisingen/Hamnar and Norra Älvstranden/Lindholmen. Take right towards Lindholmen. Turn left onto Lindholmsallén. This is the main road leading up to the main building.

From E6 Southbound 
You simply follow the sign Norra Älvstranden and later to Lindholmen.

Lindholmspiren 3, 402 78 Göteborg, Sweden

Safer – Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre

SAFER is the open research arena where researchers and expertise work together to create safe mobility. Our traffic safety approach covers people, vehicles and the infrastructure – and together we contribute to safer road transports and smarter, more sustainable cities.

Contact information


Lindholmspiren 3A
SE-417 56 Göteborg

 +46 31-772 21 06
 safer [at]