Denmark’s ‘Disappearing Road’ Is Really An Awesome Underwater Highway
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All Comments (21)
Let's get some facts right:
0:48 you're showing us the Norwegian and Swedish flags not the Danish.
1:23 there are absolutely no icebergs anywhere near that area
1:26 no the water is not very deep (only 42m or 131ft deep)
1:30 it had nothing to do with 2ww...
3:45 Kastrup is neither man-made nor an island. it's a suburb on an island named Amager (which partly isn't man-made either)
4:05 again. no icebergs/ice flows... It's a tunnel to prevent the planes from the biggest airport in Scandinavia to crash into the bridge towers.
4:33 actually Sweden committed stronger security measures between Denmark and Sweden. not Denmark
5:25 no. not Denmark... still Norway... try again
According to my measures. You told us false information every 0,67 (or 0.67) minute in average
This bridge is an absolute marvel. I’m a Canadian that has visited 3 times and each time I get excited to cross the passage, the last time driving a vehicle. To me this is the most extraordinary engineering feat that I can’t stop appreciating. Beautiful as with anything Scandinavian. 🇸🇪 🇩🇰
Everyone knows that the Danish and Swedish sound between the two countries is heavily infested with icebergs, ice-flows, ice-cream, and Norwegian flags!
Yea, this mind-blowing project had just begun when I was a student in Malmo in 1998. There used to be a sailing ferry which shuttled between Copenhagen and malmo and it was just scary watching the engineering feat going on as you sailed right by the construction lane. I was fortunate to watch this evolve right into commissioning. Scandinavia is an inspiring region to live in. Bravo🇺🇸🇺🇸
A very important reason for the tunnel is the fact that the sea route on the Danish side is deeper than the one on the Swedish side. The sea route on the Swedish side goes under the cable staged bridge and in order to allow ship passage on the Danish side an even taller bridge would have been required. However the pylons for such a bridge would most likely have been over 200 m tall and to put such tall structures very close to the final approach to Copenhagen Airport's runways just would not have been safe. Therefore a tunnel, giving air traffic an unobstructed approach to the airport.
I was always impressed with the Chesapeake Bay bridge tunnel. When I lived in Norfolk, VA, I would cross that heading into Delaware.
Bridge between Denmark and Sweden, shows Norwegian flag
I feel lucky to travel across across this bridge all the way to Malmo .Oresund bridge is an amazing piece of engineering feat.Thanks for the video :)
As a citizen in Denmark it’s an amazing kind of art. Beautiful and practical. So thumbs up for this project
A great engineering feat for sure, but not the first. The Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel was built in 1964 across the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay in the state of Virginia, USA. The bridge is 17.6 miles long and includes two tunnels which are about 130ft deep.
I'm in complete awe, when I realized it actually went underwater, I was amazed! Wow that is so cool. Oh and the underside train, this is really an amazing piece of construction. I didnt think it was possible. Thats amazing!
The bridge is amazing. I’m happy that we Swedes have such great neighbours around us and to which we are linked.
Virginia has had a bridge/tunnel
Like this for DECADES!
Quite eerie to drive so far out to sea and watch the road disappear.
Qué bonito!!! Cuando fui a Europa no estaba, hace muchos años. Quisiera ir otra vez, hermosísimas cosas se han construído desde entonces. Saludos desde Uruguay
I have travelled through this route and it is really an amazing experience
My late husband and I did the ferry crossing Sweden-Denmark by car in the 80s. It would have been awesome, in particular for my husband who was an engineer, to use the Oresund bridge.
Its awesome, one says let's build a bridge the other says build a tunnel and somehow the two connect...
Its metaphorical and it's a piece of architectural art.
Canada built a ''bridge-tunnel'' like this connecting Montréal with Longueuil (minus the train line) several decades before this one was built under the St Lawrence River. It starts as a bridge in Longueuil, when it reaches Ile Charon it submerges under the river until you reach the city of Montréal.
Wow, the amount of wrong “facts” pressented in this video, is amazing.
Flag is wrong!
WW2 had nothing to do with it!
Kastrup is not an isle, it’s a city, on an isle.
The isle is called Amager, and it is not man made.
There is NEVER icebergs in Denmark, and the straight is actually not that deep.
When I traveled last time from Copenhagen to Malmo inn1998 studies at WMU,, the bridge's construction had just begun. I kept wondering then as an African, how the folks were going to complete such a mind shattering project. Thought that it was an unimaginable project as the shuttle boat i was crossing the ocean in sailed quite close to the site. I have followed this project and vowed to drive on the bridge whenever am in Europe. Was excited to do so and shall do so again and again because I just love the two cities.