Trondheim Region

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The Trondheim Region (Norwegian: Trondheimsregionen) is a statistical metropolitan region in the county of Trøndelag in Norway. It is centered in the city of Trondheim.[1]

Municipality Population Area
km²
Density
Trondheim 187,353 342,2 472,6
Melhus 15,605 696,1 20,5
Malvik 12,989 168,6 73,1
Rissa 6,634 621,5 10,2
Skaun 7,091 224,2 27,7
Midtre Gauldal 6,255 1 859,8 3,2
Orkdal 11,500 594,2 18,2
Klæbu 5,954 186,4 39,4
Selbu 4,016 1 234,8 3,2
Stjørdal 22,285 937,9 21,6
Leksvik 3,516 430,2 8.1
Total 274,958 7,295 35

† Population data as of October 2012, from ssb;
‡ Orkdal has been added to region due to new road completed

The new limited-access road to Orkdal, a part of European route E39, was completed on 30 June 2005,[2] shortening the driving time between Trondheim and Orkanger with some 15 minutes, adding Orkdal to the region.

Although rarer, there is also some commuting from Rennebu, Levanger and Frosta.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "St.meld. nr. 31 (2002–2003)". Regjeringen.no. 9 May 2003. Retrieved 6 December 2017.
  2. ^ "Tidens Krav - Fra 1. februar blir det billigere å reise i retning Trondheim". www.tk.no. Retrieved 6 December 2017.

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Coordinates: 63°26′N 10°22′E / 63.433°N 10.367°E / 63.433; 10.367