Cost of Denmark-German link

Discussions on a new link between Denmark and Germany continue with Denmark's Transport Ministry publishing data showing that the proposed bridge option would be more costly than a tunnel.
Road Structures / February 20, 2012
Rendering of a cable-stayed bridge
Just one rendering of what a cable-stayed bridge across the Fehmarn Belt could look like.
Discussions on a new link between Denmark and Germany continue with 2864 Denmark's Ministry of Transport publishing data showing that the proposed bridge option would be more costly than a tunnel.

The bridge, at some 19km long, would link Danish island Lolland with the German island Fehmarn and is expected to cost €5.16 billion, a €765 million increase on original projections. However, the tunnel cost is expected to be €5.08 billion, some €496 million less than originally estimated.

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