The Fehmarnbelt tunnel will remove a bottleneck, reduce travel time and strengthen links between Scandinavia and Central Europe.
When the Fehmarnbelt tunnel is completed, the journey between Rødbyhavn and Puttgarden will take 7 minutes by train and 10 minutes by car.
The Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link is part of a greener traffic corridor in Europe and will boost the transport of freight by electric trains.
A new webcam has gone live at Puttgarden, which broadcasts a livestream from the German construction site. The webcam slowly rotates across the construction site at Puttgarden, so you can follow the ongoing work in the portal area and the construction of the bridges on land. The webcam is an addition to the two existing webcams that live stream from the construction site in Rødbyhavn.