Consept bridge

Møreaksen over Romsdalsfjorden. Illustrasjonen viser hengebrua sett mot Julbøen.

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World’s first hybrid-electric cruise ship steams into Vancouver harbour

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World’s first hybrid-electric cruise ship steams into Vancouver harbour

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Long weekend – Ferry out of service – again !

BC Ferries pulls vessel from service on eve of Canada Day long weekend

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Ny X-bow-design til bil- og passasjerferjer

Ulstein introduserer nytt kompaktkonsept for bil- og passasjerferjer (RoPax).

NY DESIGN: Ulstein sitt RX104 design for bil- og passasjerferje (RoPax).              (Foto: Ulstein)

New design

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B.C. Ferries’ new ship a nightmare reno of surprises and expenses

 

B.C. Ferries’ new ship a nightmare reno of surprises and expenses

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Sunshine Coast, Powell River, Mid and North Island Closed for the day !

Damage to Ferry and Dock stop all traffic. 

B.C. Ferry crashes into dock at Langdale terminal

Down for 11 hours.

Any Fixed Link would be open day and night !

 

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Another way to cross a fjord !

Spiral: Frå flytebrua dukkar vegen i spiral ned gjennom ein kulvert på Saudedeholmen til ein kort røyrtunnel under sjøen til fastlandet. Løysinga kan vere  eit internasjonal pilotprosjekt. ILL: Snøhetta              (Foto: Rovdefjordsambandet)

Fylket har ikke én krone:  

            (Foto: Tor Inge Nygård)

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Restoring ferry sailings

BC Ferries

 

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SCSH: The Sunshine Coast Super Highway

https://lewisnvillegas.wordpress.com/2017/05/29/sch-the-sunshine-coast-highway/

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BC Ferries poised to spend $57 million in shipyards

BC Ferries poised tohttps://biv.com/article/2018/12/bc-ferries-poised-spend-57-million-shipyards spend $57 million in shipyards

BC Ferries are in the public transportation business, hiding from a Government agency, under a Corporation. 

Why are they not in fast passenger vessels ? Why not in bridges and tunnels, wherever they can replace a ferry ? 

All new Ferries, and any service and upkeep should be done by BC Yards at any cost !

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