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With cars being the most used method of transport around the globe, we have seen some rather incredible structures and engineering to aid in helping people move around from suspension bridges to underground tunnels. But Norway has plans to do something never been done before, a floating tunnel that will be used as a highway to help free up traffic and provide a far safer alternative than using regular roads.

The Norway floating tunnel is a $47 Billion infrastructure proposed by the Norwegian government which is essentially a pair of tubes made out of concrete that is suspended around a depth of 100 feet below the surface of the water and will serve the purpose of creating a safer straight highway to keep traffic flowing as opposed to building bridges or drilling tunnels through Norway's scenic terrain and landscape.

Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: Later Clips on Inside Norway's $47 Billion Floating Highway...

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