InterCor

Interoperable Corridors deploying
cooperative intelligent transport systems

InterCor

Interoperable Corridors deploying
cooperative intelligent transport systems

ABOUT

InterCor (Interoperable Corridors) is a European project which aims to connect the C-ITS corridor initiatives of the Netherlands C-ITS Corridor (Netherlands-Germany-Austria), the French corridor defined in the SCOOP@F project, and the United Kingdom and Belgian C-ITS initiatives.

The InterCor project plans to achieve a sustainable network of C-ITS corridors providing continuity and serving as a TestBed for Day-One C-ITS service development and beyond.

InterCor is a 3 year project of 30 million Euros co-financed by the European Union under the Connecting Europe Facility. The project aims to enable vehicles and related road infrastructure to communicate data through cellular, ITS G5 or a combination of both networks on road corridors running through the Netherlands, Belgium, the UK and France. The overall goal is to achieve safer, more efficient and more convenient mobility of people and goods.

NEWS

CAPITAL project launches industry questionnaire

The project targets a wide range of actors from the public and private sectors and is supported by the C-ITS platform.

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C-ITS Corridor project: Road Works Warning service makes significant progress

Rijkswaterstaat has undertaken a successful validation test of the Road Works Warning service

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Fact sheet: Netherlands Fieldtest A16 Road Works Warning

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Poster: Cooperative ITS corridor demonstrations in the Netherlands

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Fact sheet: Netherlands Cooperative ITS Corridor

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InterCor presented at CODECS workshop on C-ITS Deployment

Fred Verweij, Rijkswaterstaate, presented the InterCor project at “C-ITS Deployment is underway!” Workshop.

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PARTICIPATING MEMBER STATES

Netherlands

Ministry of infrastructure and environment

Belgium

Department of mobility & public work

France

Ministry of Environment,Energy and Sea

United Kingdom

Department for Transport

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