The Femarnbelt Tunnel: Regional Development Perspectives

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  • Christian Wichmann Matthiessen
  • Peter Lundhus
The Fehmarnbelt Link between Denmark and Germany, for which in September 2008 a bilateral government treaty was signed, is the last of the three links uniting transportation networks in Northern Europe. The three links
(the Great Belt and the Øresund Link being the other two) are impressive mega structures (bridges/ tunnels) spanning international waterways. They concentrate traffic flows and create strong transport corridors and are the basis of new regional development regimes.
In early 2011, following almost two years of extensive work on different conceptual designs for the fixed link it was decided that an immersed tunnel should form the basis for the continuous planning of the project, including the environmental impact studies. Completion of the link is scheduled for 2020
TidsskriftTerra et Aqua
Sider (fra-til)3-13
Antal sider11
StatusUdgivet - jun. 2011

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