East Jutland Metropolitan Area
|• Total||11,521 km2 (4,448 sq mi)|
(1. January 2016)
|• Density||120/km2 (310/sq mi)|
East Jutland metropolitan area (Danish: Byregion Østjylland) is a potential metropolitan area in Jutland and Funen, Denmark.  Aarhus is the most populated city in the region.
The National Planning Report of 2006, published by the Danish Environment Ministry, argued that “East Jutland is developing into a coherent area with high population growth and division of labour between the cities in the urban band that extends from Kolding to Randers” and foresaw “the contours of a future million-city”. The report recommended dialogue about future development between the state, the region and the municipalities.
In the next National Planning Report of 2013, the area was split into East Jutland North (Danish: Østjylland Nord) and the Triangle Region (Danish: Trekantsområdet). The municipalities in the two subregions cooperate as Business Region Aarhus and the Triangle Region respectively.
With about 1.4 million people living in the area, it represents approximately 25% of the population of Denmark. The area has 19 municipalities as of 2016.