Control Pro on S6
First traffic management system in the West Pomeranian voivodship
S6, Szczecin, Kolobrzeg, Koszalin, Gdansk, Poland
The construction of the 330 km-long S6 Szczecin-Kolobrzeg-Koszalin-Gdańsk expressway is the largest infrastructure investment in the West Pomeranian voivodship.
For businesses, it is an important east-west transport route stretching along the Baltic Coast and connecting the largest Polish port agglomerations. The S6 is an important section of the Berlin-Szczecin-Gdańsk-Kaliningrad-Minsk route connecting the European Union with the Scandinavian and Baltic countries. For more than 2.3 million people living in the vicinity of this investment, it means increased mobility, which will strengthen the tourist attractiveness of the whole Pomerania and support the socio-economic development of the region.
As part of the investment, APM PRO was the leader of the consortium responsible for implementing one of the region’s first traffic management, monitoring, and incident response systems, equipped with, among other things, cameras, prismatic variable message signs, weather stations and CB transmitters. As part of this task, a fibre optic connection of all traffic management system equipment was also made, with a total length of 51 km.
An important element of the task carried out by APM PRO was the integration of distributed modules of the Traffic Management System, which involved one of the first installations of its proprietary Control Pro software. In this respect, as consortium leader we participated in the execution of the centralised traffic management module.
Used technologies: Lufft, STS.
The scope of the consortium’s major works:
- Variable Message Signs – 14 units,
- prism signs – 19 units,
- communication servers with software – 2 units,
- TC traffic measurement stations – 15 units,
- weather stations – 3 units,
- CCTV video surveillance points – 28 units,
- CB stations – 4 sets,
- collective hubs – 64 units,
- WS core network nodes – 4 units,
- server room equipment.
Implementation period: October 2018 – September 2019.