The Funicular is the first outdoor inclined elevator in a Finnish city. The funicular offers unimpeded access to Kakolanmäki hill where there is no other public transport. The funicular will run between Linnankatu and Graniittilinnankatu at Linnankatu 55b.
Travelling on the funicular is free of charge and it serves passengers on weekdays from 4:30 am to 01:00 am and on weekends from 05:00 am to midnight.
The funicular has a lower station and a top station at both of which you can get on or off.
The unique history and the maritime nature of Linnanniemi area are important features in the construction and planning of urban public spaces.
In the circular economy, the consumption is based on the use, sharing, leasing and recycling of services rather than in the ownership.
Various vehicles have been tested from electric bikes to scooters and electric mopeds.
Kauppiaskatu’s and Yliopistonkatu’s crossing closes on Monday 29th of July due to renovations on the Market Square.
The trees were donated and some of them planted at an event held in Artukainen, Turku, on Wednesday 5 June.
Developing the centre area is one of the city’s spearhead projects based on Turku 2029 city strategy.
The funicular running to Kakolanmäki hill is the latest landmark and tourist attraction in Turku.
Mayor of Tallinn Taavi Aas, Mayor of Helsinki Jan Vapaavuori and Mayor of Turku Minna Arve invit
The renewal aims at improving ease of travel, creating better transverse connections and shortening intervals between departures.
by Töölö Urban Oy
The agreement was signed on Monday 28 January 2019 by EIB Vice-President Alexander Stubb and Mayor of the City of Turku Mi
Turku region public transport Föli is teaming up with R-kioski. As of 29 April 2019, customers will be able to load Föli travel cards and purchase travel tickets at all R-kioski shops located in the Föli area.
Nordicum's article tells how Turku advances on all fronts. The city is eager to continue the integration of corporate and academic worlds in the Turku Science Park, one of the biggest and oldest science parks in Finland.