The PMH1 Project includes construction of a new 10-lane Port Mann Bridge (the widest bridge in the world), 37 kms of highway widening from Vancouver to Langley, including 30 kms of new HOV lanes, and the replacement of nine highway interchanges.
Making its public debut next week at the ITS World Congress will be Sanef ITS Technologies
, a new leader for mobility and toll system integration. After decades operating under the CS
brand, CS ITS has become Sanef ITS Technologies with the acquisition of the activity by Sanef
Groupe, a leading operator and concessionaire. The company claims its unique set of references and expertise, are now part of a new market leader delivering best-in class mobility systems.
Already partners on key projects, Sanef and Sanef ITS Technologies have strengthened their alliance in supplying and operating innovative and revenue-effective toll systems. For example, at the end of this year, The Port Mann/Highway 1 (PMH1) bridge in Vancouver, Canada, will be opened to traffic. Sanef ITS Technologies is supplying the full toll system with its FastFlow unique toll gantry and its back office suite, FastToll ERP.
Sanef through the TC Flow consortium will be in charge of the operations. The PMH1 project is the most challenging project currently in progress, with multi-protocol reading (including sticker tag 6C), video tolling, and HOV lanes (carpool lanes), under the widest toll gantry ever built.