Information and assistance

Providing information and assistance to drivers forms an integral part of the motorway management process.

Websites and mobile apps are used to provide real-time information on the road network, traffic and everything that the local area has to offer.

Assistance is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, guaranteeing services and safety via the internet, over the phone and on the road.

Our information is accurate, dynamic and proactive.

In order to best plan your journey, in terms of both safety and making the most of what the surrounding area has to offer, you can count on one of our information channels: today, the internet is undoubtedly one of the main sources of information, but you can also contact our operators who are always on hand to reply to your requests.
Thanks to our partnership with motorway operators in the north east of Italy, the mobile app Viaggando is also available (for Android, IOS and Windows Phone)), offering comprehensive real-time information on the motorway network between Brescia and Trieste.


Visit the road network website

Customer support

Commercial support services are provided through 5 Service Centres situated at the motorway exits of Desenzano, Verona Sud, Vicenza Ovest, Padova Ovest and Thiene. These Service Centres sell Telepass devices and Viacards (both prepaid and linked to the customer’s current account), also providing the relative after sales services. It is also possible to settle missing toll payments, receive information on tolls, request refunds and invoices for tolls paid in cash. For further information on the Telepass system (how to register, types of contract, costs, reporting a lost device, change of number plate, etc.), please visit the website

Customer support along the road, on the other hand, is guaranteed by our Traffic Control Officers who are available to provide assistance 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Their role is to supervise the entire stretch of motorway, guaranteeing direct and prompt intervention in case of an accident, removing any debris on the carriageway, vehicles in a hazardous position, and to ensure that traffic flows as smoothly as possible. Our Traffic Control Officers also work together with Traffic Police and other Emergency Services in case of an accident, help road users in difficulty, put in place any road signs necessary to alert drivers to a hazard and carry out urgent maintenance work to ensure the infrastructure is safe (e.g. damage to safety barriers, fencing, road signs, etc.).


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