From 130 km/h
to 100 km/h
means 39% less nitrogen oxides, 22% less CO2 and at the same
time relevant fuel savings
BrennerLEC is the contraction of Brenner Lower Emissions Corridor. BrennerLEC aims at making traffic along the Brenner axis more respectful of the local population's health and more compatible with the geographical features of the land, in order to protect the particular Alpine environment crossed.
It is a demonstrative and innovative project aiming at
defining how, where and when speed limits and other traffic
management measures can be applied to achieve the maximum
environmental and transport benefit...
The BrennerLEC project is carried out in the context of a
sensible area like the Alps with the objective of creating a
holistic concept of "Lower Emission Corridor" (LEC) for the
How much time do I waste by observing the speed limits? In
case of heavy traffic, speed reduction allows to reduce
queues and therefore it tends to reduce travel time rather
than increasing it...