CMP’s new cruise terminal at Ocean Quay was opened on May 2nd. The Quay has excellent functionality, CMP has, in conjunction with CPH City & Port Development, Municipality of Copenhagen and the Policee made some adjustments.
”It includes establishing a left arrow in the traffic lights in connection with the left-turn lane at the intersection of Kalkbrænderihavnsgade/Sundkrogsgade, making it easier for traffic to access the city. In addition, permanent traffic lights have been established at the intersection of Færgehavnsvej and Skudehavnsvej, which will become operational as quickly as possible, and a temporary light signal has been set up at Oceanvej”, says Arnt Møller Pedersen, COO Cruise and Ferries CMP.
”Furthermore, contact has been made with our 20 largest earthmoving customers to keep them informed on a daily basis of traffic problems in the area. They have been strongly requested not to drive to the area in the periods specified and particularly not in the morning.”
”We estimate that the measures will contribute to resolving the traffic problems on the busy days, but as Northern Harbour is a unique area with a large range of activities - commercial port, urban development, land reclamation, cruise port and business enterprises – the problem will not be resolved from one day to the next,” says Arnt Møller Pedersen.