FinEst Link lõppkonverentsi otseülekanne 7.2.2018

FinEst Link projekti lõppkonverents toimub kolmapäeval, 7. veebruaril kell 9.30-17.00 Tallinnas. Konverentsi inglise keelset otsülekannet saab vaadata siit lingilt. Allpool leiate ürituse inglise keelse programmi.

FinEstLink Project’s Final Conference
Feasibility Study for Helsinki-Tallinn Transport Link

9.30–9.35 Welcoming words from the moderator Mr. Sakkov

9.35–9.50 Video presenting the results of the FinEst Link project

9.50–10.15 Welcome speeches
Mr Jüri Ratas, Prime Minister of Estonia
Ms. Erja Tikka, Ambassador for Baltic Sea Affairs, Finland

10.15–11.45 Panel of decision-makers in the Member States, regions and cities
Ms Kadri Simson, Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure of Estonia
Ms Anne Berner, Minister of Transport and Communications of Finland

Mr Andre Sepp, Chairman of the Board, Union of Harju County Municipalities
Mr Ossi Savolainen, Regional Mayor, Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council

Mr Taavi Aas, Mayor of Tallinn
Mr Jan Vapaavuori, Mayor of Helsinki

11.45–12.30 Coffee break
12.00 Press conference during the coffee break

12.30–13.15 Panel with mega project experts: tunnel impacts and technical expertise 
Mr Konrad Bergmeister, Brenner Base Tunnel
Mr Hans-Peter Vetsch, St. Gotthard tunnel
Mr Felix Amberg, Amberg Engineering
Ms Baiba Rubesa, RB Rail AS

13.15–14.00 Panel with experts discussing the economic and wider impacts 
Mr Gunnar Malm, Malm & Partners AB
Mr Pasi Rajala, Ramboll Finland
Ms Anni Sinnemäki, City of Helsinki

14.00–15.00 Lunch

15.00–17.00 Presentation of the entries in the New Technologies Challenge
Mr Tonu Ader, Ankurtunnel
Mr Allan Lahi, Linear Motor Tube, AL Engineering
Mr Stanislav Popkov, Hyperloop One
Mr Kustaa Valtonen, Finest Bay Area
Mr Antero Alku, Alkutieto
Swiss Rapid /Maglev

Conclusions by Project Director Kari Ruohonen

17:00 End of the conference

Conference will be held in English with Estonian and Finnish simultaneous translation.
Web-streaming available in English.

Partners: Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council, Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, Finnish Transport Agency, Union of Harju Municipalities, City of Helsinki, City of Tallinn

Consultants: Ramboll Finland, Sweco, Amberg Engineering, WSP, Inspira, Rebelgroup, Pöyry, Strafica, Sitowise and Kaupunkitutkimus TA