Tag: Motorway

A/S Storebælt and A/S Øresund operate two main motorways in Denmark. A/S Storebælt operates and maintains the 18 km long motorway across Storebælt, while A/S Øresund operates and maintains the 9 km long Øresund motorway on Amager, which connects Copenhagen with Malmö via the Øresund Bridge.

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Automatic measuring of vehicles

A vehicle’s toll category – the price that is paid for crossing the bridge – is determined on the basis of the vehicle’s length and height.

Safety on the Storebælt Bridge

Every morning, Sund & Bælt’s road service team makes a trip across the Storebælt fixed link to pick up litter and check that all safety precautions are in order as far as road safety is concerned.

Traffic figures: Øresund facility

The Øresund facility, which comprises a motorway and railway as well as the Øresund Bridge, is one of the most important transport links in Denmark despite its relatively short section.

Road safety policy

As infrastructure owner, Sund & Bælt is focused on road safety. Our road safety policy commits us to making a proactive effort to prevent accidents at our facilities.

Stations along the Øresund line

Of the three stations on the Øresund line, Sund & Bælt owns Tårnby Station and Copenhagen Airport, which is one of Denmark’s busiest stations.

The Øresund Motorway

The Øresund motorway opened on 27th September 1997 marking a significant advance in mobility at an international, national, regional and local level.

Toll Station

The toll station is an integral part of the Storebælt link with more than 30,000 customers passing through it every day.

The Storebælt fixed link

The Storebælt Bridge is a unique piece of engineering, which belongs among the world’s largest bridge and tunnel structures. Two bridges and one tunnel make up the 18 km long fixed link across Storebælt between eastern and western Denmark.

Operation of the Øresund fixed link – road and rail

Operation and maintenance on the Øresund motorway and the Øresund railway has been outsourced to external suppliers. With effect from 1 September 2015, A/S Øresund assumed responsibility for the maintenance of the line from Banedanmark.