Mobile safety barriers can move traffic over into the opposite lane on the road in 30 minutes, which can prevent the lengthy queues.

It is not fun to get stuck in hour-long queues, when the accident on the great belt Bridge to get traffic between Zealand and Funen to go in the stand.

Therefore, there is the new mobile crash barrier on the road. The mobile crash barriers means that traffic can quickly be diverted in the opposite lane, when an accident happens.

The inform A/S Storebælt in a press release.

As it is today, it takes at least four hours to move the traffic in the opposite lane, when an accident happens, or if there are major roadworks on the bridge. With the mobile crash barrier-it can be done in about a half an hour.

There will be a total set up four mobile barriers on the line.

The initial work with the setup is started on Tuesday. The new motorway is expected to be ready for use next year.

– No drivers find it amusing to keep in line, and hour-long traffic congestion has high costs for the economy when thousands of cars and goods movements are stopped.

– The mobile crash barriers is therefore a solution where we can get the drivers faster than the connection by accident, which closes the bridge for several hours in one direction, says Finn Raun Gottfredsen, project manager in the great belt, in a press release.

The four mobile barriers set up by the little belt, It the West, It East and at the toll.

The guard rails will be in addition to the by accident also been taken into use, when there is major renovation work on the bridge, just as they can also be used in connection with jogging and cycling, as car traffic will be bothered the least possible.

in Addition to the new barriers, there will also be an upgrade of the technology on the bridge in the form of special cameras and other technical equipment.

the device can, for example, around the clock to detect whether a vehicle is stopped, whether there are persons on the roadway, or if there are ghost drivers.

It is expected to be operational in 2022.