The A22 motorway, also known as ‘Autostrada del Brennero’ (Brenner Motorway), connects the Po Valley and the A1 motorway with Austria and Germany. It is 314 km long and joins Modena with the Brenner Pass across four regions: Emilia Romagna, Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino-South Tyrol.

The A22, the main communication route through the Alps, represents 5% of the entire Italian motorway network and bears the traffic of approx. 43 thousand vehicles a day.

Its route, featuring an elevation gain of 1,300 m, has 31.2 km of bridges and viaducts, 30 tunnels and 147 flyovers.

Each carriageway features two lanes each 3.75 m wide and a 2.5 m wide emergency lane that on the stretch from Egna to Verona has been widened to 3.5 m so that it can be used as a dynamic lane.

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