The Brenner Motorway has six C.S.A.’s, or motorway safety centres (MSC), which were set up to guarantee safe travel conditions, the flow of traffic, and to protect motorway property.
The 6 centres, with respective jurisdictions:
C.S.A. of VIPITENO from Brennero to Chiusa Km 53
C.S.A. of BOLZANO from Chiusa to Egna-Ora Km 49
C.S.A. of S.MICHELE from Egna-Ora to Rovereto north Km 56
C.S.A. of ALA from Rovereto north to Affi Km 49
C.S.A. of VERONA from Affi to Mantova north Km 50
C.S.A. of PEGOGNAGA from Mantova north to the intersection of the A1 Km 57
The offices are manned 8:00 to 17.00 on weekdays and can be contacted after 17.00 and at the weekend/public holidays, to provide assistance to the Motorway Auxiliary Staff in case of emergencies or accidents.
The C.S.A. are responsible for: management of traffic flow, providing travel assistance, management of work sites, maintenance work, flow of traffic in winter.
Motorway Auxiliary Staff
The " Motorway Auxiliary Staff " was created the Ministry of the Interior - Department of Public Safety and the concessionary motorway companies so as to guarantee insure maximum assistance for travellers. This new entity provides specific assistance for users, such as: assistance at accidents (in which there is no injury or harm to people) signalling of tailbacks or lane narrowing. Moreover, it collaborates with the Traffic Police to ensure the observance of the norms safeguarding motorway property. Currently, 84 Auxiliary staff are assigned to the 6 Service Centres (C.S.A.) which are located along the A22 (at about every 50 km). Teams of operators are on stand-by to intervene in support of the Motorway Auxiliary Staff in situations of high traffic congestion, to help the Traffic Police with accidents and to restore optimal safety conditions as quickly as possible.
Project C.S.A. Ala-Avio