Real-time management, safety and information
Optimised traffic management
APRR uses powerful systems to keep motorists well informed about traffic conditions at all times. The Group centralises, analyses and shares data from its regional and tunnel control centres, as well as the CESAR and central control centres, enabling it to relay information in real time.
Traffic information any time, anywhere
- The APRR website (aprr.fr) and the Group’s social media accounts provide customers with detailed information about their journeys, including routes, weather forecasts, traffic forecasts and services available at service and rest areas.
- Variable-message signs - operated remotely from the traffic control centres - play a key role in notifying motorists of events or congestion.
- The Autoroute INFO 107.7 radio station, covering a 2,500 km network, is an invaluable “co-pilot” for drivers. Real-time traffic updates help motorists to anticipate disruption and adapt their journeys accordingly. As well as the APRR and AREA networks, Autoroute INFO 107.7 covers all of the motorways in the French Alps operated by SFTRF and ATMB, as well as the Fréjus tunnel and the expressways in Grenoble.
- Customer service areas inform travellers about the motorways (services, prices, practical information about hotels and restaurants) and related services (electronic toll badge sales), as well as providing tourist information (landmarks, regional curiosities, etc.).
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For both APRR and motorway users, safety on the motorway network is the number one priority. The Group operates an innovation policy that aims to provide motorists with state-of-the-art safety provisions.
TRAVEL IN STYLE
Not content with a safe, smooth journey, APRR customers want a travel experience. Mobility requirements and customer expectations are changing, prompting the emergence of new technologies. To respond to these challenges, APRR regularly updates its service offering.
INNOVATION IN PRACTICE
A combination of social change and technological revolutions is prompting a profound shift in our attitude to travel. In response to these changes, APRR is supporting the development of new means of transport (electric vehicles) and new practices such as car pooling and car sharing.