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YLEISKAAVAMERKINN˜T JA -M˜˜R˜YKSET

GENERALPLANEBETECKNINGAR OCH -BEST˜MMELSER

Maanalainen yleiskaava ei kumoa oikeusvaikutteisen Helsingin Yleiskaava 2002:n ratkaisuja vaan tydent niit mrittelemll ja tsmentmll maanalaisten tilojen sijaintia ja laajuutta.

Den underjordiska generalplanen upphver inte lsningarna i Helsingfors Generalplan 2002 med rttsverkningar utan kompletterar dem genom att definiera och frtydliga de underjordiska utrymmenas placering och omfattning.

30 metri kaava-alueen rajan ulkopuolella oleva viiva.

Kaavakartalla 1 esitetty alue, mittakaava 1: 20 000.

Linje 30 meter utanfr planomrdets grns.

P plankartan 1 anvisat omrde, i skala 1: 20 000.

Kaavakartalla nro 2 esitettvn alueen raja.

Kaavakartalla 2 esitetty alue.
Rajatun kantakaupungin alueen osalta

Grns fr omrde som visas p plankarta nr 2.

P plankarta 2 anvisat omrde.
Den underjordiska generalplanen presente-

maanalainen yleiskaava esitetn kaavakartalla 2, mittakaavassa 1:10 000.

ras p plankarta 2 i skala 1:10 000 p det markerade innerstadsomrdet.

Nykyiset rakennetut maanalaiset liikennetunnelit ja niihin liittyvt tilat.

MAANALAINEN LIIKENNETUNNELI

Nuvarande byggda underjordiska trafiktunnlar och utrymmen i anslutning till dessa.

UNDERJORDISK TRAFIKTUNNEL

Alue osoittaa ohjeellisen tilan ja yhteystarpeen ajoneuvo-, joukkoliikenne ja kevyen liikenteen sek niiden hoidon kannalta tarpeellisille tiloille

Omrdet anger ungefrligt utrymme och frbindelserna fr fordons-, kollektiv- och lttrafik samt ndvndiga utrymmen och tunnlar fr deras service. Sprtrafikens

Suunnitellut liikennetunnelit ja tilat.

ja tunneleille. Raideliikenteen asemia saadaan kytt vestnsuojina.

Planerade trafiktunnlar och utrymmen.

stationer kan anvndas som befolkningsskydd.

Nykyiset rakennetut maanalaiset tilat.

MAANALAINEN TILA Alue osoittaa ohjeellisen tilantarpeen pyskintiin, yhdyskuntatekniseen huoltoon ja varastointiin. Tiloja voidaan kytt mys julkisten tai yksityisten palvelujen, tuotannon ja hallinnon tar-

Nuvarande byggda underjordiska utrymmen.

UNDERJORDISKT UTRYMME Omrdet anger ungefrligt utrymmesbehov fr parkering, samhllsteknisk service och lagring. Utrymmena kan anvndas ocks fr den offentliga och privata servicens, produktionens

Suunnitellut maanalaiset tilat.

Planerade underjordiska utrymmen.

peisiin. Tiloja saadaan kytt vestnsuojina.

och frvaltningens behov. Utrymmena fr anvndas som befolkningsskydd.

Kallioresurssi, joka soveltuu maanalaisten ti-

KALLIORESURSSIALUE

Bergsresurs som lmpar sig fr att bygga

BERGSRESURSOMR¯DE

lojen rakentamiseen.

Tilojen soveltuvuus alueelle ja kytttarkoitus tutkitaan tarkemmin asemakaavoituksen yhtey-

underjordiska utrymmen.

Utrymmenas lmplighet p omrdet och anvndning bedms noggrannare i detaljplaneringen. Vid

dess. Virkistys-, typaikka- ja asuntoalueiden alle suunniteltaessa tulee kiinnitt erityist

planering under markytan p rekreations-, bostadsoch arbetsplatsomrden skall srskilt beaktas att

huomiota maanpllisen maankytn hiriherkkyyteen sek kulku- ja pintayhteyksien

dessa funktioner inte strs och att frbindelsen till markplanet dras rtt.

sijoittamiseen.

Raideliikennetunneli ja trkeimmt asemat.

RAIDELIIKENNETUNNELI
Nykyisen linjauksen sijainti.

Sprfrbindelse. De viktigaste stationerna.

TUNNEL FR SP¯RTRAFIK
Nuvarande strckning.

Katkoviivamerkinnll osoitetaan suunnitellun

Suunnitellun linjauksen sijainti. Linjan ja ase-

Med streckad linje anvisas den ungefrliga

Lget fr planerad strckning. Strckningens och

raideliikennetunnelin ohjeellinen linjaus ja asemien sijanti.

mien sijainti tarkentuu jatkosuunnittelussa.

dragningen fr en planerad tunnel fr sprtrafiken och stationernas platser.

stationernas lge defineras i planeringsprocessen.

Liikenneyhteyden suunnittelutarve alueelta tai alueiden vlill.

YHTEYSTARVE

Planeringsbehov fr trafikfrbindelse frn omrde eller mellan omrden.

FRBINDELSEBEHOV

Liikenneyhteyden ja/tai maanalaisten tilojen vlinen yhteystarve.
Yhteyden sijainti tarkentuu jatkosuunnittelussa.

Frbindelsbehov fr trafiktunnlar och underjordiska utrymmen. Frbindelsens lge defineras i planeringsprocessen.

Nykyinen, erityisen trke kulkuyhteys teknisen huollon maanalaiseen tilaan tai tunneliin.

NYKYINEN KULKUYHTEYS TEKNISEN

Nuvarande, specielt viktig gngfrbindelse till underjordiskt utrymme eller tunnel fr teknisk service.

NUVARANDE FRBINDELSE TILL UTRYMME

HUOLLON TILAAN TAI TUNNELIIN Kulkuyhteytt maanalaiseen teknisen huollon tilaan tai tunneliin ei saa heikent.

FR TEKNISK SERVICE ELLER TUNNEL Frbindelsen till underjordiskt serviceutrymme eller tunnel fr ej frsvras.

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Likimrinen maanalaisen tilan tai tunnelin

Ungefrlig hjd fr golvnivn i un-

lattian korkeusasema.

derjordiskt utrymme eller tunnel.

Huoltotunneli.

Servicetunnel

Kantakaupungin pintakallioalueet.

KALLIOPINNAN SYVYYS

Ytbergsomrden i innerstaden.

BERGGRUNDENS DJUP

Kallionpinta syvyydell 0-10 m. Pintakallion arvioitu esiintyminen syvyydell
0-10 m maanpinnasta. Kallioalueen sovel-

Berggrunden p 0-10 m:s djup.
Berggrunden uppskattas framtrda p 0-10 m:s djup under markytan. Bergsomrdets lmplighet fr fr byggande fr olika ndaml undersks

tuvuus maanalaiseen rakentamiseen ja kytttarkoitus tutkitaan tarkemmin asema-

noggrannare i samband med detaljplaneringen.

kaavoituksen yhteydess.

Esikaupungin pintakallioalueet.

Kallionpinta syvyydell 0-20 m.
Pintakallion arvioitu esiintyminen syvyydell

Ytbergsomrde i frstader.

Berggrunden p 0-20 m:s djup.
Berggrunden uppskattas framtrda p 0-20 m:s

0-20 m maanpinnasta. Kallioalueen soveltuvuus maanalaiseen rakentamiseen ja kytttarkoitus tutkitaan tarkemmin asema-

djup under markytan. Bergsomrdets lmplighet fr byggande fr olika ndaml undersks

noggrannare i samband med detaljplaneringen.

kaavoituksen yhteydess.

KOKO KAAVA-ALUETTA KOSKEVAT SUUNNITTELUM˜˜R˜YKSET Maanalaista tilaa suunniteltaessa ja rakennettaessa on otettava huomioon ympristn

PLANERINGSBEST˜MMELSER SOM G˜LLER HELA PLANOMR¯DET Vid planering och byggande av underjordiskt utrymme skall hlso-, skerhets- och trivsel-

terveellisyys-, turvallisuus- ja viihtyisyysnkkohdat. Lisksi on kiinnitettv erityist

synpunkter beaktas. Drtill skall srskild vikt fstas vid grundvattnet, vid buller- och luftut-

huomiota pohjaveteen, melu- ja ilmapstihin sek tulvavaaraan. Kalliotekninen rakennettavuus tulee varmistaa riittvin tutkimuksin.

slpp samt vid fara fr versvmning.

Bergsteknisk byggbarhet skall skras med till-

rckliga underskningar.
Vid planering av underjordiska utrymmen

Maanalaisia tiloja suunniteltaessa on kiinnitettv erityist huomiota mys maanalaisten
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skall srskild uppmrksamhet fstas ocks vid avpassning av funktionerna under och ovan markytan. Vid planering och placer-

ja maanpllisten toimintojen yhteensovittamiseen. Maanalaisten tilojen sek niiden pin-

taan tulevien rakenteiden, mm. uloskytvi-4

ing av underjordiska utrymmen samt till dem hrande konstruktioner i markytan, ssom

en, ilmanvaihtolaitteiden, pelastusyhteyksien ja savunpoiston suunnittelussa ja sijoittami-

utgngar, ventilationsanlggningar, utrymningsvgar och rkkanaler, skall miljhnsyn,

sessa tulee ottaa huomioon ympristnkkohdat, virkistyskytt, maisema, kaupun-

rekreationsanvndning, landskapet, stadsbilden och stadsrummet beaktas.

HELSINKI HELSINGFORS

kuva ja tilaan sopeuttaminen.

Maanalaisten tilojen suunnittelussa on otet-30 -22

Vid planeringen av underjordiska utrymmen

tava huomioon palo- ja pelastusturvallisuus. Maanalaista tilaa suunniteltaessa on normaaliajan kytn lisksi arvioitava vestn-

skall brand- och rddningsskerheten beaktas. Vid planeringen av underjordiskt utrym-

me skall vid sidan av anvndning under normala frhllanden ven uppskattas behovet av befolkningsskydd p omrdet.

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suojien tarve alueella.

HELSINGIN MAANALAINEN YLEISKAAVA, kartta 1
Maanpintaan johtavien kulkuyhteyksien alin ohjeellinen korkotaso on + 3,0 metri.
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Den lgsta riktgivande hjden fr frbindelserna upp till markytan r +3,0 meter.

Yleiskaavassa esitettyjen maanalaisten tilojen
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Utver underjordiska utrymmen och omrdesreserveringar i generalplanen skall vid planeringen beaktas frsvarets

1 : 20 000

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ja aluevarausten lisksi tulee maanalaisia tiloja

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suunniteltaessa ottaa huomioon puolustushallinnon maanalaiset tilat ja suunnitelmat.

underjordiska utrymmen och planer.

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-40 -15

Esitettyjen varausten lisksi otetaan huomioon

Utver de anvisade reserveringarna skall beaktas det vxande behovet av underjordiska boendeparkeringsplatser i innerstaden

maanalaisen asukaspyskinnin lisystarve kantakaupungissa, karttalehden 2 alueella.

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enligt kartblad 2. Maanalaisessa yleiskaavassa esitettyjen tilatarpeiden lisksi sallitaan muutakin maanalaisUtver de i den underjordiska generalplanen

Till denna plankarta hr som en precisering av centrumomrdet kartan n:o 2
1 : 20 000

anvisade utrymmesbehoven godknns ocks annat underjordiskt byggande, svida det inte medfr vsentlig olgenhet fr omrdets huvud-

ta rakentamista, mikli siit ei aiheudu olennaista haittaa alueen pasialliselle maan-29

alaiselle toiminnalle tai maanplliselle kytttarkoitukselle.

sakliga funktioner under eller p markytan.

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HELSINGIN KAUPUNKISUUNNITTELUVIRASTO
HELSINGFORS STADSPLANERINGSKONTOR

YLEISSUUNNITTELUOSASTO

VERSIKTSPLANERINGSAVDELNINGEN

KSLK

11.12.2008 27.3-30.4.2009 17.12.2009 Kslk 8.12.2010 Kvsto
Tullut voimaan 10.6.2011 lukuun ottamatta
Pitkkosken vedenpuhdistuslaitoksen varausta.

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