Reserve extra time when arriving to the harbour – Trump-Putin summit will have a major impact on traffic 16 July 2018

14.7.2018 21:18:13
Street traffic

Please reserve plenty of extra time when arriving to the harbours due to the summit between the presidents of the United States and Russia on Monday 16 July 2018.

Major disruptions to public transport throughout Monday 16 July – opt for Metro, commuter trains, walking and cycling,  Helsinki Regional Transport (HRT) release 14 July 2018

Public transport to the harbours on July 16 (HRT Release) 

A shuttle bus will run between the West Harbour and Ruoholahti Metro Station 6.30am-10.30pm. The Metro will run as usual.

A shuttle bus will run between Katajanokka Terminal and the Central Railway Station. The first bus will leave from Merisotilaantori at 5.30am and the last at 2.20am. The first bus from Ateneum to Katajanokka will be at 5.50am and the last at 2am. The Metro and commuter trains will run as usual.

There will be no tram service from the Olympia Terminal during the closures. There will be no replacement bus services from the terminal.

Read more about traffic arrangements in the joint release by City of Helsinki, Helsinki Police Department and Helsinki Regional Transport 14 July 2018
Meeting of Presidents to have a major impact on traffic particularly on Monday– part of city centre to be closed to vehicles

Strengthened Boder Controls

The border controls for people are strengthened during 13–17 July 2018. Please remember to keep your travel documents along (passport, photo ID, visa).
Internal border controls to be reinstated during #HELSINKI2018 meeting