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The Bothnian Corridor
• The economic artery of Northern Europe
• The most important mining industry in the European Union
• The strong growth of Northern Europe has a significant impact on the economy in the European Union
The economic artery of Northern Europe
The Bothnian Corridor is a strategically important link within the transnational transport system of goods in Northern Europe.
It stretches out on both the Swedish and the Finnish side of the Bothnian Gulf. It connects east-westbound and north-southbound transnational links in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Russia.
Bothnian Corridor part of the ”Moderaternas Sverigemöte”
15-16 March in even Bothnian Corridor along with the ”Nya Ostkustbanan & Norrbotniabanan” an exhibitor at ”Moderate Sweden Meeting” in Karlstad. Visit us to find out more about the need järnvägssatsningarn in northern Sweden Help us spread the word about Bothnian Corridor by visiting us at our booth with your friends. Your Involvement is important.2013-02-26
Bothnian Corridor attended Georange
Bothnian Corridor in collaboration with the North Bothnia Line and the East Coast Line participated in Georange on 28-29 January, 2013. Participants from parliamentary committees and authorities, experts and stakeholders from Nordic mining and minerals industry, could all hear Elvy Söderström, who urged everyone to get involved in the expansion and the Bothnian Corridor.2013-02-11
In connection with the inauguration of Haparandabanan January 15 arranged Bothnian Corridor a transport seminar in Haparanda. Present were including Helmut Adelsberger, transportation expert from the European Commission, who told me that the track is important for the EU. Haparandabanan inaugurated with pomp and circumstance at the station in Haparanda. In addition to representatives from [...]2013-02-11
Bothnian Green Logistic Corridor – BGLC
The overall objective of BGLC is to increase the integration between northern Scandinavia and Barents with the industrial chain and end markets in the Baltic Sea Region and central Europe. BGLC aim is to present quantifiable, green, resource-efficient and reliable transport solutions that meet the needs of the future.
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The North Bothnia Line is a new railway between Umeå and Luleå and completes the coastal railway along the coast of northern Sweden. The North Bothnia Line will be part of the Barents Link, connecting Europe by joining the Swedish and Finnish rail systems.
The system of rapid rail links will allow commuting between the coastal towns – while facilitating communications between the inland and coast.
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The East Coast Line
Between Gävle and Härnösand, right in the middle of Sweden, there is a 270-kilometre single-track section with many curves and hills. This limits the number and frequency of trains, holding up the flow of people, expertise, goods and services.
To meet current and future demand for fast, reliable, green transport, the single-track section needs to be doubled. This will increase freight capacity and reduce journey times for passengers.
The New East Coast Line will be a vital link in the Bothnian Corridor, a rail route that will allow people, industry and business to grow and prosper.
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