Sund & Baelt Holding A/S owns - through its subsidiaries A/S Storebaelt and Oeresundsbro Konsortiet - the two only user paid infrastructure roads in Denmark, viz. the two large bridge links: the Storebaelt link connecting the two biggest islands in Denmark and the Oeresund link connecting Denmark and Sweden.
Both links are combined road and rail links and fees are paid by both road users and railway operators.
The Storebaelt Link is 18 km long and the Oeresund Link is 16 km long, totalling 34 km user paid motorway. The Danish motorway road system totals almost 1,200 km. Apart from the above bridges, the motorways are not user paid.
The Oeresund Link is a combined motorway and railway link across Oeresund and extends 16 km between Copenhagen on the Danish coast and Malmoe on the Swedish one. In accordance with a government agreement, Oeresundsbro Konsortiet exclusively holds the concession to operate the Fixed Link and to collect toll fees from the Link’s users.
Network as for 01.01.2017
= existing toll motorway network
= toll motorway network in construction
= toll bridges, tunnels and roads
|Traffic (Average daily)1||Payment means|
|Light vehicles||46809||Toll stations||2|
|Heavy vehicles||5049||Toll lanes||46|
|Service areas||0||(1) Total number of vehicles passing the 2 bridges per day|