Specialized intervention vehicles

Intervention vehicles - Duplex A86 Tunnel

Over one hundred people ensure daily and 24/24 the exploitation and maintenance of the duplex A86, relying on  advanced technical means . Positioned at exchangers, specialized intervention vehicles provide support to users (protection, towing vehicles, etc..), site security (clipping paths, lighting, etc..) and ensure the resumption of traffic in the best conditions. They also carry first aid to victims and, in case of fire, may intervene before the arrival of public assistance.

Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6864x3432
Uploaded: 04/03/2011
Updated: 13/05/2014


Tags: vehicles; tunnel; duplex; a86; security; securité; highway; autoroute; cofiroute
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