Rail traffic on Storebælt’s rail line between Korsør and Nyborg is managed and monitored from the regional remote control centre in Roskilde.
The line is equipped with an electronic signalling system that enables trains to run at an average speed of 180 km per hour in each direction.
The tunnel is equipped with a comprehensive control and safety system, the so-called SRO system, that monitors all functions,
The Monitoring Centre (SRO–C) is located at Korsør Station where the railway engineering installations at Korsør, Sprogø and Nyborg stations and the tunnel and West Bridge are monitored.
The SRO operator at SRO–C keeps the Regional Remote Control Centre in Roskilde informed when the railway installations demand that train speeds are adjusted. Rail traffic is only to a very limited extent affected by weather conditions such as rain, wind or winter conditions.
The Storebælt rail line is, therefore, one of the most modern and safe in Denmark.