Freight and passenger trains on Rail Transit Corridor II can now take full profit of improved parameters on the important Přerov rail node. The Railway Infrastructure Administration today festively completed the first phase of its reconstruction amounting more than 4 billion CZK.
The Railway Infrastructure Administration prepared another extraordinary change of the rail passenger transport timetable starting on Monday 7 April 2014. Based on requests of railway carriers and relevant regions, adjustments on more than ten railway lines occur.
10.03.2014 Builders have moved to Český Těšín
Today the Railway Infrastructure Administration ceremoniously launched the total reconstruction of Český Těšín station. Investments worth over one billion Czech crowns follow on the recently completed optimization of the Bystřice nad Olší – Český Těšín railway line, being its second part.
The Railway Infrastructure Administration (RIA) and the supplier officially completed the construction of another significant structure within the framework of the European railway network modernisation entitled the “Modernisation of the České Budějovice – Nemanice Track I”. The project, which took three years to complete, is part of Transit Railway Corridor IV on the České Velenice - České Budějovice – Plzeň line. The length of the reconstructed section is 2.62 km.
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.
19.02.2014 Dokumenty ke stažení
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.