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Molslinjen gets new ferry terminal

Molslinjen gets new ferry terminal

13-10-2017 14:00:00


Aarhus City Council has now agreed to move Molslinjen’s terminal to the East Harbor in Aarhus. Thus, Aarhusians can look forward to 1 million cars to and from the ferry in the city center and drivers to make it easier and faster to get to and from the fast ferries to Zealand.

The project has been on its way for several years, but now the City Council in Aarhus has given its final commitment to a new local plan that will allow Molslinjen to construct a new terminal in the East Harbor, JP Aarhus writes.

According to Aarhus municipality, the new terminal will mean that ferry bearings get a more appropriate design, making it faster and easier to empty the ferries.

The new terminal should be ready by 2020.

In addition to Molslinjen’s express ferries, there will also be room for a watercraft jetty at the East Harbor.

Source: JP / Maritime Denmark


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