NordicWay is co-financed by the Connecting Europe Facility of the European Union. The EU support is up to 50 % of the budgets. The budgets for NordicWay 1, 2 and 3 are:
NordicWay 1 5.2 M€
NordicWay 2 18.9 M€
NordicWay 3 19.0 M€
The service is to distribute traffic policy protocols to road users in real-time which enable dynamically controlled zones and vehicles to adjust characteristics accordingly.
The service is to inform drivers about actual, static and dynamic road signs via in-vehicle systems. Road signs can be mandatory or advisory.
The service is to provide information to road users to support safe and efficient crossing of signalized intersections. The implementation of the use cases should increase safety and traffic flow efficiency and reduce adverse environmental effects following from erratic and stop-and-go driving.
The service is to provide vehicle-generated data about vehicles, road conditions and traffic situations to road users, and to road operators and other types of service providers.
The service is to warn road users about nearby road works (mobile, static, short-term, long-term).
The service is to warn road users about potentially hazardous situations or events on the road. Warnings include information about the location and type of a hazard, distance to the hazard, its expected duration, etc.