The European Union promotes the efficient transportation of people and goods in Europe. The EU also provides funding for projects focusing on environmental investments and the reduction of emissions. Finland is one of the EU’s top beneficiaries in terms of maritime transport projects, as Finland is highly dependent on maritime transport and at the same time has to contend with difficult winter conditions.
The EU wants to improve the quality of transport networks, harmonise transport-related standards and remove bottlenecks. The EU also supports the implementation of new technologies and automation related to transport control, the processing of goods and the various aspects of travel.
The goal is to create a seamless, efficient and safe transport network for cargo and passenger traffic on roads, sea routes and railways. Improvements in transport connections are expected to provide a significant economic boost to the entire EU area and play a major role in reducing transport emissions.
The Port of Helsinki and its partners have also been granted EU funding for their investment projects aiming to improve the flow, efficiency and ecology of maritime transports.
|TWIN-PORT 1||2012 - 2015|
|TWIN-PORT 2||2014 - 2020|
|TWIN-PORT 3||2019 - 2023|
|TWIN-PORT 4||2020 - 2023|
|TWIN-PORT 5||2021 - 2025|
|Deepening of the Vuosaari fairway||2019 - 2023|
|Hansalink 2||2020 - 2023|
|Hansalink||2014 - 2016|
|Cruise OPS||2019 - 2023|
|Green Cruise Port||2016 - 2019|
|Back from Black study||2014 - 2016|