Subaqueous Road Tunnels > 2 000 m Projects
Country Tunnel Length Date of opening Notes
Japan Tokyo Aqua 9 583 m 18.12.1997 2 bored tubes Tokyo Bay. 2nd tube: 9576 m (-50 m)
China Changxing 8 950 m 31.10.2009 2 bored tubes. Shanghai Yangtse river tunnel (-65 m). Chongming -Changxing link
Norway Bømlafjord 7 931 m 28.12.2000 E 39 Stavanger - Bergen (-262.5 m)
Norway Eiksund 7 797 m 23.02.2008 Ørsta - Hareid. The World's deepest road tunnel (-287 m)
Norway Karmöy 7 720 m 05.2013 Karmøysund and Førdesfjord (T-connection -133 m)
Norway Oslofjord 7 390 m 29.06.2000 Fjord crossing near Oslo (-134 m)
Norway Nordkapp 6 875 m 15.06.1999 Ev. 69, Magerøysundet, Finnmark (-150 m)
The Netherlands Westerschelde 6 650 m 14.03.2003 2 tubes (-65 m). Shield. Ellewoutsdijk - Terneuzen
China Qing - Huang 6 170 m 30.06.2011 2 tubes. Jiaozhou Bay, Qingdao City.
Faroe Islands Nordoyatunnilin 6 100 m 29.04.2006 Eysturöy - Borðöy (-150 m)
China Xiamen Xiang 5 960 m 2010 Fujian province. 2 tubes, 3 lanes each + service tunnel. (-68 m)
Norway Byfjord 5 875 m 30.11.1992 E39, Randaberg - Rennesøy, Rogaland (-223 m)
Iceland Hvalfjarðargöng 5 770 m 11.07.1998 Hvalfjörð (-165 m)
Norway Finnøy 5 766 m 30.10.2009 Rennesøy - Finnøy + a 1450 m long tunnel to Talgje (-150 m)
Norway Atlanterhav (Averøy) 5 727 m 19.12.2009 Rv. 67 Møre og Romsdal (-245 m)
Norway Hitra 5 645 m 08.12.1994 Rv. 714 Sør-Trøndelag.The World's deepest subaqueous tunnel (-264 m)
Turkey Eurasia 5 400 m 2015 Double deck tunnel, under Bosphorus (-106.4 m)
Norway Frøya 5 305 m 23.06.2000 Rv. 714 Hitra - Frøya (-164 m)
Norway Freifjord 5 086 m 1992 Rv. 70, Kristiansund, Møre og Romsdal (-130 m)
Faroe Islands Vágatunnilin 4 940 m 10.12.2002 Vestmannasund (-104.7 m)
Australia Clem Jones 4 800 m 16.03.2010 Under Brisbane river (-60 m)
Norway Mastrafjord 4 424 m 30.11.1992 E39 Randaberg - Rennesøy (-132 m)
Norway Valderøy 4 222 m 1987 Rv 658 Ellingsøy - Valderøy (-137 m)
Norway Halsnöy 4 120 m 08.03.2008 (-138 m)
Norway Godøy 3 844 m 1988 Rv 658 Møre og Romsdal (-153 m)
Norway Hvaler 3 751 m 1989 Rv. 108, Hvaler, Østfold (-120 m)
China Wuhan Changjiang 3 609 m 28.12.2008 Yang Tze River. Three tubes, one for subway
Norway Ellingsøy 3 520 m 1987 Rv. 658, Ellingsøyfjorden (-144 m)
Denmark Drogden 3 520 m 01.07.2000 20 x 176 m immersed road- and railway tunnel. Øresund, Denmark - Sweden
Norway Tromsøysund 3 500 m 3.12.1994 2 tubes Tromsøya, Troms (-102 m)
Japan Kanmon 3 461 m 1958 Kanmon Strait
Australia Burnley 3 400 m 2000 Melbourne
Norway Ibestad 3 396 m 02.12.2000 Rv. 848 Andørja - Rolla, Troms (-112 m)
Norway Sløverfjord 3 337 m 1997 E 10 Austvågøya, Nordland (-120 m)
South Korea Pusan Koje-do 3 300 m 2009 Started 2004. World's deepest immersed tunnel (-50 m)
United Kingdom Mersey Queensway 3 237 m 18.07.1934 One tube, 4 lanes (13.4 m diameter of shield). Mersey River, Liverpool
Germany Elbtunnel, 4. Röhre 3 101 m 29.10.2002 Elbe River, Hamburg. Shield
Sweden Muskö 2 960 m 1964 Skramsösundet (-65 m)
Norway Vardø 2 890 m 1982 E 75, Finnmark. Norway's first subaqueous tunnel (-88 m)
China Waihuan(Taihelu) 2 880 m 21.06.2003 Huangpu River, Shanghai. 3 tubes, 8 lanes. 736 m immersed
China Shangzhong 2 802 m 23.01.2009 2 tubes. Huangpu river
China Fuxing Donglu (East Fuxing) 2 785 m 09.2004 Huangpu river, Shanghai. Immersed part 1214 m (-21 m). 2 levels
USA Brooklyn Battery tunnel 2 779 m 25.05.1950 2 tubes (Shield). East River, New York
China Dapu Lu 2 761 m 1970 2 tubes. Shield. Under Huangpujiang river in south west Shanghai
Norway Fannefjord 2 743 m 1990 Rv 64, near Molde (-101 m)
China Da Lian 2 700 m 2004 2 tubes. Huangpu river. Immersed part: 1275 m
Germany Elb 2 653 m 1975 Elbe River, Hamburg (8 x 132 m immersed part)
Norway Rya 2 660 m 29.09.2011 Rv. 858 near Tromsö (-87 m)
USA Holland 2 608 m 13.11.1927 2 tubes (shield, -28 m). Hudson River, New York - New Jersey Map
China Xiangyin 2 606 m 12.2005 2 tubes. Huangpu river. Puxi-Pudong
Belgium Leopold II° -Sainctelette 2 600 m 1977 Bruxelles, second tube opened in 1986
USA Ted Williams 2 600 m 15.12.1995 I90 Massachusetts Turnpike extension, Boston (12 x 99 m immersed)
USA Lincoln 2 504 m 22.12.1937 3 tubes (shield). Hudson River, New York. North tube: 2281 m (01.02.1945)
South tube: 2440 m (25.05.1957)
United Kingdom Mersey Kingsway 2 483 m 24.06.1971 2 bored tubes. Mersey River , Liverpool
Faroe Islands Hovstunilin 2 450 m 20.11.2007 Between Öravík and Hov on Suðuröy
The Netherlands Roer 2 400 m 18.02.2008 2 tubes. Immersed tunnel under Roer river, A73
Argentina Hernandarias 2 345 m 13.12.1969 Paranà river, Santa Fe (-29.51 m). Immersed
USA Baltimore Harbour 2 332 m 11.1957 I895, Baltimore. 520 m immersed part
Norway Flekkerøy 2 327 m 1989 Rv 457 near Kristiansand (-101 m)
USA Hampton Roads 2 280 m 1976 I 764 Virginia (-33 m). 2 immersed tubes
Australia Sydney Harbour 2 280 m 08.1992 8 x 122 m immersed part
China Yan'an Donglu 2 261 m 01.05.1989 2 tubes under Huangpujiang River. Shield construction
Japan Osakaho Sakishima 2 200 m 1997 Road and subway, Osaka. 1033 m immersed part
China 2nd Yan'an Donglu 2 193 m 1996 2 tubes under Huangpujiang River. Shield construction
USA Fort McHenry 2 184 m 23.11.1995 I95. Baltimore. 1 650 m immersed part
Japan Tamagawa 2 170 m 21.12.1994 Tama River. Bay-shore Route. 12 x 130 m immersed
Norway Maursund 2 122 m 1991 Rv 866, Skjervøy, Finnmark
China Eastern Harbour 2 100 m 09.1989 Hong Kong. 1860 m immersed part
Norway Bjorøy 2 012 m 1996 Fv 207 near Bergen (-88 m)

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Subaquous Road Tunnel Projects > 2 000 m
Country Tunnel Length Date of opening Notes
Norway Rogfast > 25 000 m ? E 39 near Stavanger (-360 m). 2 tubes
Norway Solbakk 14 100 m ? (-285 m). Near Stavanger. 2 tubes. Start of work 2013
Faroe Sandöy 12 000 m ? Between Streymöy and Sandöy
Norway Hundvåg 4 700 m ? Rv. 13 Stavanger (-115 m). 2 tubes
Chile Mapocho river 4 000 m ? 2 tubes. Bellavista - Vivaceta
Sweden Österleden 3 500 m   Under Saltsjön and Djurgårdsbrunnsviken, Stockholm
Greece Maliakos 3 350 m ? E 75. Immersed
Norway Hidrasund 2 875 m ? (-125 m).

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