TEN-T core network in Finland consists of the Nordic Triangle (E18 and Turku-Vainikkala), motorways of the sea (waterways between the Baltic countries), Rail Baltica (Helsinki-Tallinn-Warsaw road corridor) and the Bothnian corridor (Helsinki-Tornio railway, highway 4 Helsinki-Jyväskylä -Kemi).

More information about the
EU wide TEN-T network is available on the EU's website.

Other important logistics corridors from Finland's point of view are Transsiberian rail corridor and in the long run Arctic Corridor, Midnordic Green Transport Corridor, Barents link and TransBaltic corridor.

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Web pages of Arctic Corridor

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Bothnian Green Logistic Corridor aims to develop green transport solutions and business models for the Bothnian Corridor and its extensions.

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Information about the Bothnian corridor connecting the Swedish and the Finnish side of the Bothnian Gulf.

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Video about the intelligent and green highway E-18

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Midnordic Green Transport Corridor (part of EU's green corridors concept)

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The Motorways of the Sea concept aims at introducing new intermodal maritime-based logistics chains in Europe.

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The Nordic Triangle links the Nordic countries of Sweden and Finland and their capitals to each other and improves passenger and freight transport from the region to central Europe, the Baltic countries, and Russia.

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Rail Baltica will be linking Helsinki – Tallinn – Riga – Kaunas – Warsaw and continuing on to Berlin.

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Web pages of Transbaltic Corridor