A ferry service between Reykjavík and the town of Akranes to the north of the capital recommenced yesterday evening after a 19-year break.
There has been no transportation to Vestmannaeyjar islands today, neither by air nor boat, RÚV reports.
There were 21,000 cars imported to Iceland last year, 70 percent of which were either gray or white.
Many motorists in Iceland are in a quandary about studded tires at the moment and whether or not it’s time to swap them for summer tires.
Funding for the maintenance, operation and development of Iceland’s domestic airports will be ISK 200 million (EUR 1.72/USD 1.87 million) lower this year than in 2016.
It is ironic, yet fitting, that yesterday’s planned signing ceremony for the Dýrafjörður road tunnel had to be canceled due to poor road conditions.
On Brekkustígur, in western Reykjavík, there is a cycle workshop where refugees and asylum seekers are invited to come and fix up old bikes, which they can then keep for personal transport.
Two young boys, Sölvi Reyr Magnússon and Tristan Marri Elmarsson, this weekend proved themselves fearless problem solvers.
Nobody was injured when an articulated lorry completely burnt out on Oddskarði mountain road, between Norðurfjörður and Eskifjörður in the East Fjords, late last evening.
Municipal authorities and residents of Reykjanesbær, Southwest Iceland, believe it’s urgent to complete adding a second lane on Reykjanesbraut.
Residents of the East Fjords closed Ring Road 1 in Berufjörður with 60 vehicles yesterday to protest the postponement of road improvements.
The Dutch union FNV has pressed charges with the Dutch police against the Icelandic logistics firm Samskip.
The owners of electric cars should be energized by the news that there are plans for about 200 charging stations to be built in Iceland in the next three years.
The Icelandic transportation company Eimskip has signed an agreement to acquire the Norwegian shipping and logistics company Nor Lines.
The bus company Guðmundur Tyrfingsson ehf. has purchased an electrical bus from the Chinese bus manufacturer Yutong.
Based on projected funding for coming years, it would take almost half a century to replace all single-lane bridges on Iceland’s Ring Road with double-lane ones.
A coach driver died yesterday evening after suffering a heart attack at the wheel, as he was driving near Seljalandsfoss waterfall in South Iceland.
The number of flights over the North Pole will increase in coming years, especially the number of unmanned cargo flights.
When a large Luxembourg dredger arrived in South Iceland last week, hopes were raised on the Westman Islands—but it has since run into difficulties which are hampering its work.
Workers building the new Norðfjarðargöng tunnel in East Iceland are celebrating today after the two digging teams successfully met in the middle.
After Friday’s cabinet meeting, the Minister of Health’s car drove along the sidewalk and turned on a red light…all in plain sight of television cameras.
Television journalist, adventurer, environmentalist and national treasure, Ómar Ragnarsson, will set off tomorrow (Tuesday) trying to break the Icelandic record for the longest trip made on an electric bicycle on a single charge. He plans to make it all the way from Akureyri to Reykjavík.