24.11.2016 SŽDC Protects Interests of the State and Will Reimburse Funds for Repairs of Praha-Hlavní nádraží to Avoid Penalty.
Správa železniční dopravní cesty (the Czech Railway Infrastructure Administration) will transfer a sum amounting approximately CZK 500 Mio to the account of the company Grandi Stazioni Česká republika s.r.o. By this step, the railway infrastructure manager endeavours to prevent a purposeful abuse of contractual penalties should it wait with payment till the end of the lawsuit. The sum is based on an expert’s statement ordered by the state organisation itself due to purposeful un-cooperation of the company Grandi Stazioni (GS).
Správa železniční dopravní cesty festively completed the upgrade of the line Ševětín - Horusice. It was one of the ongoing constructions of Rail Transit Corridor IV from Prague to South Bohemia.
Správa železniční dopravní cesty (the Czech Railway Infrastructure Administration) festively completed the revitalisation of the line in the section Bludov – Jeseník. The main asset of the project is especially a line speed increase and a journey time decrease. The revitalisation also contributed to higher safety, travelling comfort and operation reliability of the line.
Správa železniční dopravní cesty (the Czech Railway Infrastructure Administration - SŽDC) has been offering since last year already the possibility to try out some professions from the railway. Thanks to the project “Become a…. for one day”, students have the possibility to visit selected workplaces of the railway infrastructure manager and discover what work on a given position is like.
Správa železniční dopravní cesty (the Czech Railway Infrastructure Administration) introduced a system of diagnostics of railway vehicles running on many line sections. The project included the installation of 42 new indicators including evaluation workplaces’ and a control system with a task to evaluate measured values from a long-term point of view. The main objective of the project was especially increasing operation safety and reliability on the railway network.
08.11.2016 New traction substation at Oldřichov u Duchcova will ensure safer and more reliable railway operation
Today, Správa železniční dopravní cesty (the Czech Railway Infrastructure Administration) festively completed reconstruction of the traction substation Oldřichov. The new converter station is crucial for ensuring safety and reliable operation on respective railway line sections. The necessity of this construction’s implementation was based especially on increasing demand for railway lines’ power feeding.
03.11.2016 Traveling by Train on the route Klatovy – Železná Ruda Is Due to Reconstruction Faster and Safer
Správa železniční dopravní cesty has reconstructed almost a fifty-kilometre-long railway section between Klatovy and Železná Ruda. Festive completion of the extensive refurbishment took place in the premises of railway station Železná Ruda-Alžbětín which is situated directly on the Czech-German border. The main benefit of the project is particularly increasing the line´s speed and provision of more comfort and safety of passengers.
Správa železniční dopravní cesty as the new owner of the station buildings declared after their transfer from ČD that it wanted to begin immediately with first repair works. When creating a list of buildings that need intervention most necessarily, SŽDC based it on their actual technical condition.
Správa železniční dopravní cesty (the Czech Railway Infrastructure Administration) has improved parameters of the railway track from Hranice na Moravě to Střelná in the Teplice nad Bečvou (excl.) – Hustopeče nad Bečvou (excl.) section. The main objective of the project was the restoration of its technical condition corresponding with European parameters and standards.
20.10.2016 Two new supply substations in Chomutov and Most will ensure safer and more reliable railway operation
Správa železniční dopravní cesty (the Railway Infrastructure Administration) today officially completed the construction of supply substations (SST) Chomutov and Most. The new substations are crucial to ensure safety and reliable operation on appropriate sections. The necessity of completion of these structures resulted mainly from the growth in demand for energy supply of railway lines.