Project participants


Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI)
The Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infra­structure (BMVI) is a supreme federal authority of the Federal Republic of Germany with subordinate autho­rities. It is headquartered in Berlin and has its second seat in Bonn. At the head of the ministry is the Federal Minister for Transport and Digital Infra­struc­ture, who is supported by three parliamentary state secretaries and two state secretaries. Tasks include the performance of depart­mental tasks in the fields of mobility of people, goods and data. The ministry is divided into eight departments.

In the Department of Road Construction, StB12 (road traffic control, resting areas) was commissioned to carry out the C-ITS Corridor project.


Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt)
The Federal Highway Research Institute is a technical and scientific research institute of the Ministry of Transport and digital infrastructure in Bergisch Glad­bach. The ministry ensures the safety, environmental compatibility, profitability and performance of the roads. It is involved in the development of regulations and standards in all areas of road construction, and it coordinates research projects.

The units V5 (Traffic Control) and F5 (Networked Mobility) support the C-ITS Corridor Project personnel.

Hessen Mobil

Hessen Mobil
Hessen Mobil is responsible for the planning, con­struc­tion, operation and maintenance of the superior road network in Hesse. In the field of traffic management, Hessen Mobil has developed a pio­neering role through many projects and innovations in the field of intelligent traffic control. Thanks to this expertise, Hessen Mobil has been driving the develop­ment, testing and im­ple­men­tation of cooperative systems as well as appli­ca­tions of networked and automated transport together with partners from industry and science for many years.

In the C-ITS Corridor project Hessen Mobil, on behalf of BMVI, is leading the development of the roadside cooperative infrastructure as well as the cooperative headquarters, carries out testing in the Hessian test field and thus creates the basis for the subsequent rollout of the systems in the corridor countries.

K&S GmbH Projektmanagement

K&S GmbH Projektmanagement (K&S)
K & S, headquartered in Aachen, has been commis­sioned with the project management as well as the project office for the C-ITS Corridor in Germany.

The developed applications will first be rolled out in the following corridor countries and will be implemented there during road operation:
Hessen Nordrhein-Westfalen Rheinland-Pfalz Baden-Württemberg Bayern Niedersachsen
The rollout will then take place in the other countries in a next stage.