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Mastrafjord Tunnel

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Location  Rogaland, Norway
Opened  30 November 1992
Traffic  Automotive
Address  4150 Rennesøy, Norway
Road  European route E39
End  Vikevåg
Status  In use
Operator  Statens vegvesen
Vehicles per day  7,400
Lowest elevation  -133 m
Start  Askje
Number of lanes  3
Mastrafjord Tunnel

The Mastrafjord Tunnel (Norwegian: Mastrafjordtunnelen) is a subsea road tunnel in Rennesøy municipality in Rogaland county, Norway. The 4,424-metre (2.75 mi) long tunnel runs under the Mastrafjorden, which flows between the islands of Mosterøy and Rennesøy. The tunnel opened in 1992 as part of the European route E39 highway and the Rennesøy Fixed Link (which also includes the Byfjord Tunnel). The southern end of the tunnel is located near the village of Askje on Mosterøy and the northern end of the tunnel is in the village of Vikevåg on Rennesøy. With a maximum grade of 8%, the tunnel reaches its deepest point at 133 metres (436 ft) below sea level.

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Mastrafjord Tunnel Wikipedia


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