A third Limfjordsforbindelse in Aalborg, a harbour tunnel in Copenhagen and upgrades for several billion dollars of existing highways. The Danish economy has many want to investment in the country's infrastructure.
It tells the three professional body of Danish Industries, Danish Industry and the Danish Construction association to the stock Exchange.
Michael Swan, who is the director of the DI Transport, explains that the Danish society in 2018 missed 20 billion, because employees and goods sat in the queue on the motorways.
- this is The amount it costs us all together, to keep in line on the road in the a waste of time and money, he says to Ritzau.
this is Why both the Danish business and Danish Industry written a wish list.
Both sites are a number of motorvejsudvidelser. It comes to the E20 motorway between Kolding and Fredericia as well as along the E45 motorway through Jutland. Both want also a third Limfjordsforbindelse and the harbour tunnel in Copenhagen.
The two lists differ slightly in price. The Danish business will have the taxpayers to pay 87,7 billion, while the confederation of Danish Industry believes there is a need for 70 billion dollars and more brugerbetalte projects.
the Exchange has spoken with the organization is inferred from working with the concept of internal rate of return in order to assess how good the value is for society in a transportprojekt.
Here it scores a light rail system on the copenhagen Ring 3 and an extension of the Helsingørmotorvejen for example, low.
the Opposite is the best community investment supercykelstier and increased speed on the Copenhagen S-trains.
In the third place come the expansion of the motorway between Kolding and Fredericia, as the business wants.
public transportation, and upgrades of the rail network is also on the wish list of at least the Danish Industry and the Danish Construction association.
- One of the reasons for the increasing congestion is that the railways do not lift enough. The railway bleed passengers, and people escaping from the trains. It is a huge concern weighing on the roads, says branchedirektør in the Danish Construction Henrik Friis to the stock Exchange