The route for the project is 11 000 kilometres long. Today’s travel time is 21 hours including seven ferry connections.

The aim is to create an improved E39 road without ferries, which will reduce travel time to around 11 hours. The route will be around 50 kilometres shorter.

The E39 Coastal Highway Route

The E39 Coastal Highway Route – a continuous route without ferries – is the largest transport project in Norwegian history. Animation June 2017. Video: NPRA/Vianova/Baezeni.

The Romsdal Fjord

The E39 Romsdalsfjorden is a part of the ferry-free Coastal Highway Route E39 from Kristiansand to Trondheim. Animation August 2018. Video: Rambøll.

The B1M's film about the E39 

The Norwegian government are embarking on the largest infrastructure project in the country's history. For more by The B1M subscribe now - August 2018. Video: NPRA/Vianova/Norconsult/Rambøll/Baezeni.

Multi-span suspension bridge on floating foundations – Bjørnafjorden

Animation October 2017. Video: NPRA/Vianova/Baezeni.

3D-animation the Sognefjord

The Sognefjord, which is about 4 km wide, is being used as a pilot site for developing new concepts for extreme bridges. Animation April 2013 Ferjefri E39 English voice. Video: NPRA/Aas-Jacobsen/Vianova/ Baezeni.


This is how Rogfast will be when we are finished in 2026. Animation June 2018. Video: NPRA/Vianova/Baezeni.

The E39 Coastal Highway Route