The successful project Railway Transport for Regions exceeds our borders, heading to Slovakia. Representatives of ministries of transport, management of the Railway Infrastructure Administration and the Czech Railways, together with partners from the Slovak Railways (ZSR) and the Railway Company of Slovakia (ZSSK) shall meet at the round table in Bratislava today. The main topics of the meeting are the current and future operation of cross-border lines, including planned investments, modernisation of railways and, last but not least, coordination of regional and long-distance transport.
Správa železniční dopravní cesty (the Czech Railway Infrastructure Administration) has introduced digital radio system GSM-R along approximately 185 km long railway section Beroun – Cheb. The ceremonial completion of the construction took place today at the railway station Pilsen Main Station.
Management of the largest station in the country is taken over by the Railway Infrastructure Administration. At the stroke of midnight from Sunday to Monday the contract with Grandi Stazioni expired. This happened only because of the delay of Grandi Stazioni to execute and complete the reconstruction, which was supposed to be completed already in 2013. The explicit goal for coming days is that the change of the station management in no way affects the operation of the station and passengers and lessees. All steps of the new administrator will lead to maintaining continuous operation.
Správa železniční dopravní cesty (the Czech Railway Infrastructure Administration) reconstructed the railway station Horažďovice předměstí, situated on the partially double-tracked line České Budějovice - Plzeň. The main asset of this project is mainly increased railway transport safety in this section and ensuring higher comfort for passengers.
Správa železniční dopravní cesty (the Czech Railway Infrastructure administration) reconstructed railway bridges on the line from Břeclav to the state border with Austria. This project’s implementation allowed increasing transport availability as well as current line speed and ensuring higher safety and travelling comfort.
Správa železniční dopravní cesty (the Czech Railway Infrastructure Administration) improved parameters of the railway line from Hranice na Moravě to Střelná in the sections Valašské Meziříčí (outside) – Jablůnka (outside) and Vsetín (outside) – Horní Lideč (outside). The main objective of the project was achieving a technical state corresponding to EU parameters and standards.
Správa železniční dopravní cesty (the Czech Railway infrastructure Administration) improved parameters on the railway line Lysá nad Labem - Ústí nad Labem. The main objective of this project was to achieve a technical state corresponding to EU parameters and standards. The construction contributed considerably to higher travelling comfort and safety for passengers as well as decreasing the noise burden in this section.
27.09.2016 Management board meeting report
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This Thursday, the city of Děčín will be hosting for the first time the sports and educational event called SŽDC Student Cup. Approximately 150 pupils of the 8th – 9th class of primary schools from Děčín and its neighbourhood will meet on the playground of the High Professional and Technical School of Machine Industry, Civil Engineering and Transport at Slovanská Street. Both knowledge tests and interesting sporting disciplines will be prepared for them.
16.09.2016 Dan Ťok, Czech Minister of Transport: The European communication standard GSM-R connected the Czech and the Austrian railway
Správa železniční dopravní cesty (the Czech Railway Infrastructure Administration) officially took over from the Kapsch company as supplier another railway line section twelve and a half kilometres long with extended GSM-R radio technology. The strategic route from Znojmo through Šatov up to the Austrian state border was covered by a European standard in less than a year. ”We gradually safeguard and accelerate railway transport in this way. By using this technology, we are getting a better connection with our Southern neighbour“, said Mr. Dan Ťok, Minister of Transport of the Czech Republic.