Sweden

Bentley BIM-Solutions used for designing the Stockholm Bypass

The Stockholm bypass (Förbifart Stockholm) is a new route for the European highway E4 past the Swedish capital. The new link will connect the southern and northern parts of the Stockholm county, relieve the arterial roads and the inner city of traffic and reduce the vulnerability of the Stockholm traffic system.

The Stockholm bypass megaproject, worth 27.6 billion Swedish kroner (around 2.7 billion euros) required the AECOM and ÅF joint venture to design a 21 km motorway linking southern and northern Stockholm. More than 18 km of the roadway consists of tunnels to help reduce environmental...

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