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STRING to expand with six new members in 2018

The STRING Cooperation is in the process of expanding the STRING region northwards to Norway with the City of Malmö, Region Halland, Västra Götalandsregionen, Akershus Fylkeskommune, Østfold Fylkeskommune and the City of Oslo.

European Transport Coordinator will bring Fehmarn funding into new budget

Danish, Swedish and German politicians signed a joint declaration on the importance of the Fehmarn Connection in Brussels. As an added bonus, there was news of financial support from the European Coordinator.

04-10-2017Infrastructure Deutsch Read more

Joint regional and EU message: Fehmarn Belt tunnel is a top European priority

Today at the European Parliament, politicians from Sweden, Denmark and Germany sent a clear and positive message together with members of the European Parliament on the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link.

26-09-2017Infrastructure Deutsch Read more

Fixed Fehmarnbelt connection: Time to start Fehmarn version 2.0

Today Oxford Research has published a report commissioned by the political STRING cooperation. With the title "Staircase to Growth", the report analyzes how major infrastructure projects like the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link can generate sustainable growth and innovative investments in the corridor between northern Germany, Denmark and southern Sweden.

17-09-2017Infrastructure Deutsch Read more

STRING Chairman: Cheaper bridge tariffs only bring slight affect to Fehmarn Fixed Link

Cheaper tariffs over the Great Belt will contribute to greater activity between the Region Zealand and Funen/Jutland, says the chair of the STRING cooperation, Steen Bach Nielsen, Region Zealand.

25-08-2017Infrastructure Deutsch Read more

Let’s get the Fehmarnbelt fixed link underway!

With the final consultations on the Fehmarnbelt fixed link beginning tomorrow in the German city of Lübeck, the chairman of STRING, Steen Bach Nielsen, highly urges governmental approval and construction start. A fresh YouGov poll shows a continued broad support for the project in Denmark, Germany and Sweden.

26-06-2017Infrastructure Deutsch Read more

Folkemødet: A look into the future of the Fehmarnbelt Region and beyond

The Danish ‘democracy festival’ on the island of Bornholm had more events and guests than ever. STRING had asked Future Researcher Liselotte Lyngsø to moderate an event called ‘The train is leaving – Fehmarnbelt in 2028’.

25-06-2017Infrastructure Deutsch Read more

Substantial support for the Fehmarnbelt fixed link continues

In Skåne, Zealand, Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg, support for the Fehmarnbelt fixed link remains strong, shows a new survey carried out by YouGov on behalf of STRING in May 2017.

21-06-2017Infrastructure Deutsch Read more

Halfway through GREAT

The GREAT project is moving forward and will be reaching mid project in the end of June. At the moment lots of fast chargers are being installed in Sweden.

06-06-2017Green Growth Deutsch Read more

New network supporting the Fixed Link: Friends of Fehmnarnbelt

Friends of Fehmarnbelt is a brand new network comprising individuals involved in politics, business, academia, the public sector and the general public. The Friends have come together to to demonstrate support for the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link and to promote the benefits that the improved infrastructure will bring about for the entire region, from Scandinavia to Northern Germany.

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