Djønno Tunnel

The Djønno Tunnel (Norwegian: Djønnotunnelen) is a road tunnel in the municipality of Ulvik in Vestland county, Norway. The 603-meter (1,978 ft) long tunnel is located on Norwegian County Road 302, just southwest of the Vallaviki farm.[2] The tunnel was opened in 1981 to create a road connection along the Eid Fjord to Djønno, which was previously accessible only by boat. The branch of the Vallavik Tunnel connecting to the Hardanger Bridge passes directly over the Djønno Tunnel.[3][4]

Djønno Tunnel
Overview
LocationVestland, Norway
Coordinates60°28′58″N 6°49′06″E / 60.48278°N 6.81833°E / 60.48278; 6.81833Coordinates: 60°28′58″N 6°49′06″E / 60.48278°N 6.81833°E / 60.48278; 6.81833
StatusIn use
Route Fv302
StartVallaviki, Ulvik
EndKammen, Ulvik
Operation
OpenedAugust 22, 1981[1]
OperatorNorwegian Public Roads Administration
CharacterAutomotive
Technical
Length603 meters (1,978 ft)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Rødland, Kjartan (2000). Tut og køyr! : vegar og vegplanar i Hordaland 1970-2000. Bergen: Alma mater og Statens vegvesen Hordaland. p. 10. ISBN 8241902638. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ Vegliste 2014. Fylkes- og kommunale veger. Hordaland (PDF). Leikanger: Statens vegvesen Region vest. 2014. p. 107. Retrieved April 11, 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ "Fakta: Rv. 7/rv. 13 HARDANGERBRUA". Statens vegvesen. June 2008. Retrieved April 11, 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^ Moglegheitsanalyse for fire område ved Hardangerbrua (PDF). Bergen: Norconsult. 2010. p. 36. Retrieved April 11, 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)