western part, along the fjord krafjorden, where is passes the Langfossen water fall. Before the tunnels, some of the fjord sections of the road was quite steep and very narrow; around 5 meters. In the year 1968 a tunnel (Haukeli tunnel.6 km) was opened allowing reliable winter time traffic. The road was European route E, when the numbering system of European routes in the Nordic countries was revised. From Tysvr take the, e 134 to Skare and follow Rv 13 to Odda.
Stay tuned to AdventureStory Channel. Due to local wishes and steadily increasing of the road standard, from the end of the 1990s, it again received European route status, with the number E134. The part of the mountain is called Haukelifjell, to not confuse drivers with. There is a decision to extend E134 by 40 kilometres, to include the Oslofjord Tunnel, letting it end at Vassum at road. The Kongsberg.
E18 (terminus of, e134 ).
E134 goes through Norway, westwards from Haugesund, over the Hardangervidda mountain plateau.
"Midlertidig stengt " Temporarily.
From Drammen, take the, e134 towards.
Kongsberg as far as the the exit signposted for.
Solstad bo og behandlingssenter kongsberg
Denne gangen med buss kristiansand vennesla musikk men samme drlig sangen p repeat :P Er det bedre enn ikke musikk? Vegen gr gjennom bynre og tettbebygde omrder, samt bykjernen i Kongsberg. The road ends at Drammen near Oslo. Due to local wishes and steadily increasing of the road standard during the 1990s, it again received European route status, with the number E 134. See the Kongsberg V in action. This was far less than the.5-metre (28 ft) minimum requirement for European routes, and well below the minimum requirement to allow two trucks to pass. E134 DamsenSaggrenda, dagens E134 mellom Damsen og Saggrenda har ikke tilfredsstillende vegstandard med hensyn til kurvatur og vegbredde.
After a series of pistol trials, Norway adopted a copy of the Colt 1911.45 ACP as its standard service pistol in 1914. Prior to the opening of the tunnels, some of the fjord sections of the road were quite steep and very narrow; around 5 metres (16 ft) wide. (state road) 7 which is further north.