- published: 29 Sep 2014
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public transport in Finland
In this episode we demonstrate how to use the public transportation in Helsinki.
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Family-owned Finnish haulers Kuljetus S. Simpanen Oy must transport loads of up to 80 tonnes through thick snow and ice, and over steep, narrow roads. It is a tough assignment and it requires the toughest of trucks - in this case a Volvo Truck FH 16 750 with I-Shift with Crawler Gears. “I have an almost perfect timber truck. If God made a better one, he kept it for himself,” says owner Saku Simpanen. Visit Volvo Trucks website: http://www.volvotrucks.com Volvo Trucks on social media: http://www.facebook.com/VolvoTrucks http://www.youtube.com/VolvoTrucks https://twitter.com/VolvoTrucks https://www.linkedin.com/company/volvo-trucks https://plus.google.com/+volvotrucks http://www.flickr.com/photos/volvotrucks http://www.pinterest.com/volvotrucks http://instagram.com/volvotrucks
World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Helsinki - Finland Travel Guide, Tourism http://bit.ly/191GdBc Transport in Helsinki - Finland Public transport: Helsingin Kaupungin Liikennelaitos (HKL) operates Helsinki's metro, trams and buses, as well as the ferry to Suomenlinna, but information on routes, timetables and tickets is provided by Helsingin Seudun Liikenne (HSL) . Tickets can be purchased on board buses and trams and at metro stations, but are cheaper if purchased in advance from newsagents (R-kioski), the tourist office or post office. Transfers are allowed for single and multi-trip tickets within one hour of the time stamped on the ticket upon initial boarding. Tram number 4 is ideal for architecture buffs, and tram number 6 is designed for those interested in design...
First part of my 2 day long trip to Finland. 09 - 10.09.2017 The First day starts at Helsinki, which is crazy busy station. You hardly get any moment when there's no train coming or leaving the station. Then moving on to Ring line to Aviapolis station. Aviapolis is a underground station, close to Airport. On the Ring line are operating I and P trains, with mostly 10 min schedule. Next up is Tikkurila, where I spent quite some time. Tikkurila is also very busy station, like Helsinki. Seeing loads of commuters, couple of long distance trains and a Allegro from St. Petersburg. Tikkurila is great place to transfer from long distance train to Airport train. Next on the list is Hyvinkää and Hämeenlinna. Where's in the Hyvinkää I almost missed my only freight train in the day. By the end of...
Tampere is a city in Southern Finland. The city has a population of 220,609, growing to 313 058 people in the urban area, and 364,000 in the metropolitan area (Tampere sub-region) on an area of 4,977 km2 as of 2011. Tampere is the second-largest urban area and third most-populous municipality in Finland, after the Greater Helsinki municipalities of Helsinki and Espoo.
Once again military trains with secret timetables where running to Misi. If you tried to search the timetables, the application said that there were no trains with those train numbers. But the trains still could be seen on the map. The weirdest thing about this is that Finnish Defence Forces haven't asked for secret timetables. It seems that the train operator, VR, has asked for secret timetables but why...they didn't answer. All the equipment seen in this video belongs to Finnish Defence Forces. Two times a year, military equipment is transported to Rovajärvi training camp area. There new soldiers have their 'final war' as a part of their military service. 'Final war' means full scale military exercise.
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The aim of the new Finnish transport policy is to promote sustainable growth, competitiveness and well-being.
I focused more on the trams and the metro which is why this video is short. - Internal bus routes of Helsinki can be found almost anywhere in Helsinki. For some parts of the city, even high-density, these buses provide the backbone of the public transportation system.
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Part 1: on Finnish Night Train P 265 "Santa Claus Express" Helsinki - Kemijärvi; A Deluxe Sleeper Compartment with Shower was booked; Train was taken in late June of 2012 during the Midsummer festival; The first part covers the journey from Helsinki to Seinäjoki via Tampere Part 2: https://youtu.be/QRhcF1RSo-c
Mercedes Benz Actros SLT 4165 8X6 + Goldhofer THP-SL modular trailer + ADDrive power pack Total weight of the transport 250T Transport route from Valkeakoski, Finland to Skärblacka, Sweden Videotuotanto https://www.valokuvaus.fi
St Petersburg–Finlyandsky Russian: Станция Санкт-Петербург-Финля́ндский Stantsiya Sankt-Peterburg-Finlyandskiy, is a railway station in St. Petersburg, Russia, handling transport to northern destinations including Helsinki and Vyborg. The station is most famous for having been the location where Vladimir Lenin returned to Russia from exile in Switzerland on 16 April 1917, ahead of the October Revolution. Finland Station was built by Finnish State Railways as the eastern terminus of the Riihimäki–Saint Petersburg railway. It was designed by Swedish architects and opened in 1870. The station formerly contained a special pavilion for Russian royalty. During the Siege of Leningrad in 1941–43, the Finland Station was the only Leningrad rail terminus that remained in use. The railway would co...