GRESB research

The independent GRESB research (Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark), conducted annually for more than ten years now, analyses participating companies in terms of their performance in the areas of sustainable development plus environment protection, social responsibility, and governance (ESG).

The research serves as a benchmark for funds investing in real estate and infrastructure companies worldwide.  More than 100 investors managing assets valued at above USD 22 trillion use GRESB data to monitor their investments, engage with their managers, and make decisions which lead to a more sustainable real estate/infrastructure industry.  To learn more about GRESB, please go to

GTC joined the GRESB research in 2018. In 2022, GTC again got incredibly high score and received 96 out of 100 maximum points, which, again, translated to the 1st position among 14 companies in the motorway operation and maintenance sector in Europe, and achieved 1st position among all European Road companies in the Transport sector (13) participating in the research.

We are also pleased to recognize that in 2022 GTC has maintained a GRESB 5-star rating. The GRESB 5 Star rating recognizes entities placed in the top 20% of the benchmark. “We’re very happy that GTC’s activity has been again awarded five-star status by GRESB, and that we’ve been recognised for consistent implementation and improvement of the elements of sustainable development across the motorway road transport sector”, commented CEO Torbjörn Nohrstedt.

By taking part in the GRESB research and attaining an excellent result for the fourth time in a row, GTC confirms its long-standing engagement in social responsibility and sustainable development with particular emphasis on  reported issues related to climate threats. Year after year GTC holds and engages in numerous projects in the areas of cooperation with local communities, environment protection, including our increasing concern on climate changes, and ensuring the highest safety standards for both its employees and participants in road traffic.  In addition, GTC puts immense weight on ensuring proper governance standards, including ethical code, accounting, and quality, all of which lies at the base of the efficient management of the A1 AmberOne Motorway.  For details of the actions led by GTC, go to:

GRESB summary report for 2022

Traffic is on two lanes in the direction of Gdansk and one lane in the direction of Łódź.

The Stanisławie junction is closed in the direction of Łódź.

The speed limit on the renovated section is 80 km/h.