Sandoy sub-seatunnel almost halfway done

Image credits: Ólavur Frederiksen/FaroePhoto
Image credits: Ólavur Frederiksen/FaroePhoto

The new Sandoy sub-seatunnel, which will be connecting the islands of Sandoy and Streymoy is almost halfway done. 5.147 of the planned 10.785 metres have been bored.

Last week, a total of 85 metres were bored, 33 metres on the Sandoy side and 52 metres on the Streymoy side.

A total of 2.705 metres have been bored on the Sandoy side, and 2.442 metres have been bored on the Streymoy side.

The plan is for the tunnel to be finished in 2023. Lately, the work has been affected by leaks.

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