The project will consist of a four-lane motorway and a double-track electrified railway. According to the plan, the Fehmarn Belt fixed link will open for traffic in 2028. The fixed link will be an immersed tunnel.
In 1995, the work to expand public transport in Copenhagen began by constructing an entirely new metro.
As part of the strategic planning in the transport sector, strategic analyses concerning the long-term layout of the road and railway capacity in Denmark will be conducted. The analyses will serve as a preparational tool to the long-term decisions regarding the development of the future infrastructure after 2020.
Rail Net Denmark has initiated a programme replacing the current signalling system throughout Denmark. The implementation of this programme will deliver two new signalling systems: the common European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) level 2 on the Main Line along with a Communication Based Train Control (CBTC) system on the suburban network in the Greater Copenhagen area (the S-train network)
A journey starts effortlessly. This is, however, not a coincidence. On the contrary, behind the passengers’ experience lies thorough and systematic ground work conducted by specialists.