With the Bothnian Corridor completed, travel time will be reduced to half of todays. Trippeling labour markets in size.
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.
From 2021the The Bothnian Corridor is a part of the Scandinavian–Mediterranian and North Sea Baltic Core Network Corridors. Together with the TEN-T comprehensive network this strenghtens EU:s competetive strenght and its citizens.
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Take part of position paper within the work of the review of the TEN-T regulation – (english version) – pdf open in new window
There is wide political support for investments in the Bothnian Corridor. Construction ongoing to remove major bottlenecks.
EU and the Member States are aming for a completion of the TEN-T to 2030. Bothnian Corridor is a vital component to reaching the goals of the TEN-T.