26.02.2014 Trains to Slovakia running on new tracks
Modernisation of the Rail Transit Corridor III advanced up to the most Eastern part of our country. On this very day, total reconstruction of the line section from Bystřice nad Olší to the Slovak border was festively finalised. The construction with costs exceeding five billion Czech crowns was carried out by the Association SRB with the Subterra company at its head.
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Railway infrastructure parameters are being improved not only on transit corridors but in other places as well. The last example can be Frýdlant nad Ostravicí Station, the extensive reconstruction of which has been finished today by the Railway Infrastructure Administration. The building operations took approximately a year and cost almost 238 Mio CZK (approx. 9 Mio EUR).
The Railway Infrastructure Administration (SŽDC) has prepared a special change in passenger transport timetable starting on February 3 2014. Based on Czech Railways’ and relevant regions’ requirements, a change of train journeys on five railway lines in total will occur.
The Railway Infrastructure Administration (SŽDC) also makes use of special emergency-response equipment. The latest addition is a VT 72B armoured recovery vehicle, which was handed over to the Prague-based unit of SŽDC’s Fire and Rescue Department (HZS) earlier today.
23.12.2013 Railway Infrastructure Administration (Správa železniční dopravní cesty) soon to open reconstruction of the Český Těšín Station
Praha, 23 December 2013 – Railway Infrastructure Administration (RIA) has selected the building contractor for reconstruction of the Český Těšín Station. It is ‟ MTS + SBT – žst. Český Těšín Consortium,“ formed by companies Subterra (leading member) and Metrostav (member). Their winning bid amounted to 1.024 billion CZK.
The second railway track will be built in a part of the 4th Railway Corridor from Prague to Southern Bohemia. This track will be built within the scope of modernization of the railway line from Veselí nad Lužnicí to Soběslav, prepared by the Railway Infrastructure Administration (Správa železniční dopravní cesty). This project will, among other things, include complete reconstruction of the Soběslav Station.
17.12.2013 Optimisation of the line from Bystřice nad Olší to Český Těšín accelerated both regional and long-distance trains
Completing modernisation of Rail Transit Corridor III in the section between railway stations Bystřice nad Olší and Český Těšín brought more comfortable travelling as well as decreasing journey times both in regional and long-distance trains. Tilting-body trains can run at a speed up to 160 km/h in this section. The construction which started in May 2009 was festively completed today by the Railway Infrastructure Administration.