The construction called Bridge reconstruction in km 9.531 on the Čerčany – Skochovice line was festively completed today. The bridge with a single-track un-electrified railway line spans over the Sázava River in Týnec nad Sázavou. The reconstruction was co-financed from the EU Cohesion Fund under the Operational Programme Transport. The construction’s investor was the Railway Infrastructure Administration, state organisation (SŽDC).
The Railway Infrastructure Administration festively launched today the reconstruction of tracks in the line section Sklené nad Oslavou – Ostrov nad Oslavou which is a part of the heavily used railway line between Havlíčkův Brod and Brno. The main asset of the construction is a speed increase up to 120 km/h for classical train-sets and up to 140 km/h for tilting trains
The modernisation of Czech Railway Transit Corridor III moved forward up to the state border with Germany. Reconstruction of its most Western part was festively launched today by the Railway Infrastructure Administration. The traditional hammer tap on rail took place in the hall of the Cultural Centre Svoboda Gallery in Cheb.
Adaptation of tracks on almost 28 kilometres, construction of new platforms and safety and signalling equipment modernisation – all of this is included in the reconstruction of the Liberec – Tanvald railway line which was festively launched today by the Railway Infrastructure Administration in Jablonec nad Nisou.
The second stage of the traction distribution station at Nedakonice railway station is finished. The festive completion of the construction having been carried out since the beginning of last year took place today in Přerov. Its implementation allowed decreasing operation and maintenance costs and eliminating the environmental burden in the station’s premises.
Today, the Railway Infrastructure Administration festively launched the modernisation of fifteen railway crossings on the line between Frýdlant nad Ostravicí and Ostravice. This project with costs amounting almost up to 180 Mio CZK will increase railway operation safety in this line section and will bring more comfort to passengers. The project should be completed in February next year already.
The Railway Infrastructure Administration (SŽDC) officially launched the reconstruction of the east side of Plzeň main station direction to Prague. It officially started Phase 1 of the Plzeň railway junction modernisation. The objective of the project is to repair the station so that it can fully perform its function as the most important crossroads in the region of Czech Railway Transit Corridor III.
A rail tapping in the Chapter Hall of Strakonice Castle festively launched the reconstruction of Strakonice railway station. Both inhabitants and visitors of the city will soon enjoy much safer and more comfortable travelling by train. The construction will include not only railway tracks and switches reconstruction but also building an underpass that will connect new central platforms. All works will be carried out by the supplying company Chládek & Tintěra.
Today, the Railway Infrastructure Administration festively started the construction of a new traction substation in Albrechtice. The new substation has a crucial importance for maintaining railway transport on the important connecting route between Opava and Český Těšín without any change to the current extent and continuousness of railway transport.
23.09.2014 Operation on Újezdec u Luhačovic - Vlárský průsmyk line will be safer and more economical
The Railway Infrastructure Administration festively started the modernisation of safety equipment on the Újezdec u Luhačovic – Vlárský průsmyk railway line. The construction’s objective on this important regional connection route is to build a complete remotely controlled system of traffic control technology.