The Helsinki-Tallinn commute could be dramatically shortened after plans to look into a tunnel between the two cities were put forward last week.
On Tuesday, Jan. 5 a co-operation agreement to find alternative ways to travel between Finland and Estonia was signed after a pre-feasibility study was published.
The new under-sea tunnel would span the 50-mile (80 km) gap between the two capitals and the plans should be explored, according to the new report.
It would cut the commuting time by ferry from two hours or more to around 30 minutes.
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