GoS/GoF – Hyperloop One Network – Sweden - Project Profile
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The Government of Sweden (GoS) and The Government of Finland (GoF) are planning to build a hyperloop one rail line between Sweden and Finland.
The project involves the construction of a 500km hyperloop one rail line between Stockholm and Helsinki. It will be developed in two phases.
The first phase includes the construction of a 136km corridor from Stockholm to Norrtalje in Sweden and the 158km corridor from Turku to Helsinki in Finland at a cost of US$11,269 million.
The second phase includes the construction of a 205km international corridor via Aland Islands, a subsea tunnel which connects two corridors of Sweden and Finland at a cost of US$8,557 million.
The project includes the construction of 11 stations, subsea tunnel, interchange sections, bridges and related infrastructure, the installation of signaling and safety systems, and the laying of rail tracks.
FS Links Ab, Hyperloop One Inc. (Hyperloop) and KPMG AB have been appointed as study consultants; Arup Group, AECOM, Systra, Ramboll Sverige AB and DB Engineering & Consulting GmbH as engineering consultants; Bjarke Ingels Group as the architect; DB Schenker Finland and Amberg Group as the lead consultants; and Setterwalls Advokatbyra AB as legal advisor for the project.
FS Links Ab started the feasibility study in the first quarter of 2016.
Design, legal and procurement process is expected to take three to four years and environmental permissions and land acquiring process will take three years. Construction of the first phase is expected to take eight years and the second phase will take four years to complete.
As of June 2017, Feasibility study is underway on the project. Also, GoS and GoF are in the process of securing funds.
Construction work on the entire project is expected to complete by 2028.
The project involves the construction of a 500km hyperloop one rail line between Stockholm in Sweden and Helsinki in Finland via Aland.
The US$21,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 11 stations
2. Construction of subsea tunnel
3. Construction of bridges
4. Construction of interchange sections
5. Installation of signals and safety systems
6. Construction of related infrastructure
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