The fast public transport project in Gothenburg is going ahead.
The major Swedish city of Gothenburg is confronted with a growing traffic problem.
Of the 1.02 million inhabitants of Greater Gothenburg, 450,000 live outside the city. A good 175,000 commuters clog up the traffic routes in the conurbation every day, the majority of them travelling in their own cars. A more efficient high-speed rail network would significantly alleviate the situation.
In June 2020, two more lime trees were transplanted for the construction of the railway tunnel in the centre of Gothenburg. Here, too, the procedure for transplanting large trees was used.
The final aim of the project is to significantly reduce travel times on the Gothenburg public transport network. We are still involved and helping out!