The system of automatic toll collection without tickets and without making payments at gates!
Count to zero, or how to achieve zero fatal accidents on the motorway
On all holiday weekends, on selected AmberOne MOPs you will be able to check how our not necessarily good habits affect road safety.
As part of the campaign, an interactive animation and educational installation was prepared, which addresses four aspects of safety, which are also the most common causes of road accidents:
- failure to adapt speed to road conditions
- failure to maintain a safe distance between vehicles
- disturbance by using electronic devices while driving
- fatigue behind the wheel
The Count to Zero action is a chance to test yourself during interactive fun and learn for yourself that it is not difficult to avoid accidents. The installation will allow drivers in special goggles to see the world with very tired eyes, assess their reflexes on the reflexometer, look in reality at the real safe distance between vehicles and check in the animated game how many stimuli from the road escape our attention when we play with the phone.
In addition, a special attraction will be waiting for younger Travelers: a scaled outdoor board game called “Green Journey”, in which children are themselves “pawns”. The game deals with the topics of safety in travel and pro-ecological behavior, so it will certainly provide a good portion of movement and entertainment, as well as knowledge for all – not only holiday – “green travels”.
We invite you on all holiday Saturdays to MOP Olsze, Malankowo or Kleszczewko. Note: in case of inclement weather, activities may be postponed to Sunday, the current schedule with the given location is published on our FB profile.
02.07 – MOP MALANKOWO
09.07 – MOP KLESZCZEWKO
16.07 – MOP MALANKOWO
23.07 – MOP OLSZE
30.07 – MOP OLSZE
06.08 – MOP KLESZCZEWKO
13.08 – MOP KLESZCZEWKO
20.08 – MOP MALANKOWO
27.08 – MOP OLSZE
Renovation works on AmberOne are finished
Attention Drivers: renovation works related to the replacement of the pavement have been completed, cleaning works are still in progress.
Both carriageways of the motorway are planned to be opened from Saturday 25 June.
Meanwhile, today (Friday 24 June):
Traffic in the direction of Łódź on the four-kilometer section takes place only through the emergency lane until late in the evening: temporary barriers are removed.
Traffic in the direction of Gdańsk from about 16:00 should take place without difficulties, i.e. in two lanes.
MOP Kleszczewko will be open to all vehicles from about 12:00.
Amber+ loyalty program in a new version
We invite users who visit our Motorway regularly to the program, in which the prizes are tickets to selected tourist attractions in Pomerania.
The program is dedicated to drivers using AmberGO automatic payment. All you have to do is register in the AmberOne application, where in the individual panel the process of counting kilometers and sharing the reward happens automatically. A person who travels 500 kilometers on AmberOne A1 Motorway has the opportunity to choose tickets to the place he likes the most.
In the prize pool there are single and double tickets to:
- Amber Museum in Gdańsk
- Grodziska Owidz
- Kwidzyn Castle
- Castle in Sztum
- Malbork Castle
- Kashubian Ethnographic Park in Wdzydze
- Kashubian Museum in Kartuzy
- Museum in Grudziądz
- Granary “Blue Lamb” – Archaeological Museum in Gdańsk
- Archaeological Open-Air Museum – Grodzisko in Sopot
We cordially invite travelers to join the program and visit the attractions of our region.
More information about the program and attractions here.
Road works on AmberOne
The last stage of works starts on June 10 on a four-kilometer section (km 6+300 to km 2+400) traffic will take place on one roadway of the Motorway: two lanes in the direction of Łódź and one lane in the direction of Gdańsk, while limiting the speed to 80 km/h.
In addition, MOP Kleszczewko kier. Gdańsk will be closed to trucks and buses. Drivers are asked to intensify their concentration and follow the signs of temporary traffic organization.
CSR LEAF OF POLITYKA for GTC S.A., concessionaire of AmberOne A1 Motorway
For the eleventh time, the weekly “Polityka” together with the consulting company Deloitte and the Responsible Business Forum awarded “CSR Leaves of Polityka”. Among the awarded companies is Gdańsk Transport Company S.A., which for the second time received the White CSR Leaf.
GTC S.A., as a socially responsible company, has been conducting social campaigns and implementing real activities towards sustainable development, both pro-ecological as well as information and educational activities regarding the safety of travelers and the development of local communities.
This year we have completed works on our ESG Strategy, which operates on three pillars: Green Motorway, Safe Motorway and Reliable Partner and Employer. Each of the pillars focuses on aspects related to environmental protection, safety of all people on the motorway and corporate governance and friendly workplace issues that are important from the point of view of our business.
GTC continues to take ESG very seriously, and at the heart of our focus is how we can make a positive contribution to building a more sustainable world. The White Leaf CSR of Polityka for GTC is a distinction for us and a confirmation that the adopted approach to sustainable development issues is the right direction – says Torbjörn Nohrstedt, President of the Management Board of GTC.
The list “CSR Leaves of POLITYKA” is based on an analysis carried out jointly with the consulting company Deloitte. The ratings were awarded on the basis of an analysis based on a survey completed by companies, developed in accordance with the guidelines of the ISO 26000 standard. This year’s survey involved 126 entities. Of these, 82 companies won awards.
Road works on the A1
The third stage of works starts on June 7th on an seven-kilometer section (km 9+400 to km 2+400) traffic will take place on one roadway of the Motorway: two lanes in the direction of Łódź and one lane in the direction of Gdańsk, while limiting the speed to 80 km/h.
Expansion of the Toll Station on AmberOne A1 Motorway
As a result of increasing traffic and in view of the comfort of travel on AmberOne Motorway A1, work has begun on the reconstruction of the Toll Station in Rusocin aimed at increasing its capacity by building additional 2 exit lanes.
In addition to automatic payments introduced at toll plazas in 2019, it is a basic form of improving the passage through the gates. Construction is already underway and GTC and Intertoll are working to ensure that the new toll gates added to the site are in place at the end of 2022.
The work will be carried out in such a way that it is not burdensome for drivers, but the need to temporarily close individual gates cannot be ruled out.
Prolonged exemption from tolls on AmberOne for vehicles providing humanitarian aid in connection with the war in Ukraine.
According to the received order of the Minister of Infrastructure, vehicles (categories 1-4) providing humanitarian aid in connection with Russian armed aggression in Ukraine, regardless of the country of registration of the vehicle, will be exempt from fees.
At the same time, from 1 June 2022, the collection of tolls for vehicles with Ukrainian license plates will resume on the AmberOne A1 Motorway, unless they are previously reported as providing help to Ukrainian citizens.
Rules for free travel of vehicles providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine: Please notify the journey 24 hours in advance to the address of email@example.com from which the confirmation of acceptance of the application will be sent The application must contain the registration numbers of vehicles and be confirmed by the organizer of the aid, i.e. state and local government institutions, public benefit organizations (associations, foundations), etc. Exemption from tolls for humanitarian aid can only take place in the traditional toll system, which means that gates with collection service should be used, where the driver is obliged to inform the collector about the received consent to travel.
The exemption from fees for the above-mentioned vehicles will apply until June 30, 2022.
Road works on the A1
The second stage of works starts on May 28 on an seven-kilometer section (km 13+400 to km 6+300) traffic will take place on one roadway of the Motorway: two lanes in the direction of Łódź and one lane in the direction of Gdańsk, while limiting the speed to 80 km/h.
In addition, MOP Kleszczewko kier. Gdańsk will be closed to trucks and buses.
The Stanisławie junction in the direction of Gdańsk is already open.
Work continues on a four-kilometer section (km 13 to km 9).
Please follow the signs of temporary traffic organization.