Search for?

Fehmarnbelt tunnel

Denmark’s largest infrastructure project and the world’s longest immersed tunnel.

Fehmarnbelt tunnel will be completed in 2029

Three advantages of an immersed tunnel

After completion, the tunnel will not be an obstacle to vessel traffic in the Fehmarnbelt. Also during the construction phase, safety at sea has the highest priority.

The Fehmarnbelt tunnel will be just as safe to use as equivalent routes on land. It includes an emergency lane and emergency exits along the entire length.

The tunnel is monitored round-the-clock both from the tunnel’s own local control centre, LCC, on the Danish side of the Fehmarnbelt, and from the rail traffic control centre in Copenhagen, TCC.

When the tunnel and the new landworks are completed, the train journey from Copenhagen to Hamburg will take two and a half hours.

Visit us in Rødbyhavn

Call into our visitor centre and learn more about the building process for the world’s longest immersed tunnel.

Connecting Europe
Language: English

Language: English