If you live on Lolland-Falster
The Fehmarnbelt link will mean that Lolland-Falster gets a new station at Holeby. This will be located in the middle of a European transport corridor running from Finland to the Mediterranean. The significant travel time savings will strengthen collaboration with Germany with regard to, for example, tourism and education.
The link will also make it more attractive to commute to the metropolitan area. For example, the travel time between Nykøbing-Falster and Copenhagen will be significantly reduced. When the Fehmarnbelt link is complete, the journey will take less than an hour instead of the 90 minutes today.
Nearly 3,000 people will be employed to build the Fehmarnbelt link at the construction site in Rødbyhavn on Lolland during the construction period. A similar number of jobs will be created by sub-contractors, who will come from the entire region and the whole of Denmark. Many of the employees will come from the local area.
Learn more about the upcoming construction site at Rødbyhavn here.