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iEER Midterm Conference called for support for young entrepreneurs 06.04.2018

iEER-seminaarin paneeli
Conference attracted over 100 participants from all over Europe to discuss and learn about findings and experiences from the first two years of the iEER Interreg Europe project.

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Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Plan for a rapid growth - now the best time to influence 27.03.2018

Uusimaa-kaava kuvalla
The Helsinki-Uusimaa Region is expected to grow rapidly in the future, as well. Therefore, the most important goal for the regional land use plan is to steer the growth in a sustainable way. It is also taking a stand for the implementation order for large traffic projects. All significant material attached to the Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Plan is on display for opinions and notes.

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Helsinki-Uusimaa region European leader again 14.02.2018

Ilmakuva Kalasatamasta
The Helsinki-Uusimaa region has yet again won top billing as the best mid-sized European region for foreign investments. The survey by the Financial Times ranked Helsinki-Uusimaa first in the category which compared the potential of regions with the population of 1,5–4 million for 2018 and 2019. The region was followed by North of Holland, Greater Copenhagen, Hamburg region and Stockholm county.

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FinEst Link project: the Helsinki–Tallinn railway tunnel to become an engine of regional growth 07.02.2018

Finestlink-Geologinen-poikkileikkaus. Kuva Muotoilutoimisto Kairo Oy
The results of the FinEst Link project, published on February 7, state that a fast connection between Helsinki and Tallinn could bring major regional, national benefits and growth potential for Europe.

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FinEst Link -project's final conference webstreaming on 7.2.2018 05.02.2018

Finest-travel-times-difference. Picture Muotoilutoimisto Kairo Oy
The two-year FinEst Link project has surveyed the technical and economical possibilities for building a railway tunnel between Helsinki and Tallinn. The results are presented in the final seminar held in English in Tallinn on Wednesday, February 7.

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Director General Henrik Hololei participates in Rail Baltica stakeholder dialogue in Helsinki-Uusimaa 31.01.2018

Rail Baltica -sidosryhmätilaisuus
Mr. Henrik Hololei, Director General of DG MOVE said that European Commission hopes for strong commitment from Finland to the Rail Baltica project. Accompanied by Coordinator for Finland Mr. Jukka Savo he participated in the stakeholder dialogue on Rail Baltica organised by Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council on January 12, 2018 in Helsinki hosted by Regional Mayor Ossi Savolainen.

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Finland showing the way – A carbon neutral Helsinki-Uusimaa Region as soon as 2035 31.01.2018

Uusimaa-ohjelma. Kuvitus Raquel Benmergui
The Helsinki-Uusimaa Region in Finland aims to be a carbon neutral region by the year 2035. The Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Assembly approved of this challenging goal last December, as included in the Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Programme 2.0.

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The results of the Helsinki-Tallinn tunnel study presented on Feb 7 – Watch the seminar live online 29.01.2018

Finest-travel-times-difference. Picture Muotoilutoimisto Kairo Oy
The two-year FinEst Link project has surveyed the technical and economical possibilities for building a railway tunnel between Helsinki and Tallinn. The results are presented in the final seminar held in English in Tallinn on Wednesday, February 7.

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FinEst Link collaborating with new tech developers 22.12.2017

Maailma
The FinEst Link project, studying the feasibility of an undersea railway tunnel between Tallinn and Helsinki, launched a new technologies challenge in October. It was an open challenge to companies and other parties to present alternative solutions for rapid connection between the cities. Six participating companies, including for instance FinEst Bay Area, Hyperloop One and SwissRapide, submitted a written proposal on how the connectivity could be improved in the future.

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Helsinki–Tallinn tunnel would connect rail networks from Lapland to Central Europe 18.12.2017

FinEstLink-Connections-TEN
The Helsinki–Tallinn tunnel would connect the Finnish passenger and cargo traffic to the vast rail networks in Europe. The tunnel is a part of a larger vision of a rail connection reaching all the way from the Arctic to Central Europe.

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