The Baltic highway A 20 also called “Ostseeautobahn” runs inland along the east coast. It bundles the interregional traffic and relieves the coastal town of transit traffic. The A 20 improves the accessibility of the respective region (development function) and is part of a trans-European connection between the North Sea and the Baltic States. The longest transport project of the VDE was completed in December 2005.
Three examples of corridor mating are the following surveying engineering projects at the “Ostseeautobahn”, which BLOM Deutschland GmbH carried out for DEGES:
- Production of a position and elevation grid network, inventory surveying and production stockpiles: floor plan and elevation, drainage, supply lines, cadastre, compensatory and replacement measures, special plans, construction works, road construction plans BAB A20, VKE 2826, AS Tessin to AS Gützkow (approx. Signposting documentation according to motorway route information system (AIS)
- Production of road and heights, drainage, supply lines, cadastrees, compensatory and replacement measures, as well as passpoints, visual flight. Production of road stocking systems BAB A20, VKE 2823, AS Tessin to AS Tribsees (approx. 20 km) (GSD 5 cm), geometrical and radiometric preparation of the image data, DGM measurement, production of orthophotoplanes (GSD 10 cm) for VKE 2822 (approx. 10 km) and VKE 2823 (approx. 20 km)
- Terrestrial surveying at BAB A20, Lübeck – Stettin (photocometry), photogrammetrically supported draft documentation of compensatory and replacement measures as well as stakeout, stock documentation and activity as a DEGES office for the survey of VKE 1812 and 1813 (About 27 km)