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11.05.2018 SŽDC Discussed Priorities in Railway Transport with Central Bohemia Representatives

Správa železniční dopravní cesty (SŽDC) met with representatives of the Central Bohemia Region with the objective to deal with immediate needs and plans of the public transport ordering authority. The main discussion topic was dealing with the dismal situation and problems on selected regional lines which slow and complicate regional transport.

09.05.2018 SŽDC Introduces Centralised Risk Management System

Based on its management’s decision, Správa železniční dopravní cesty (SŽDC) introduces a centralised risk management system. Its objective is to analyse current and future risks throughout the whole organisation and actively mitigate the probability of their occurrence and the gravity of their undesirable impact. The current administration and management process of our organisation will thus get even more effective.

07.05.2018 Railway Station Buildings on Narrow-Gauge Line to be Owned by an Association of Municipalities

This year, railway station buildings along the narrow-gauge line Třemešná ve Slezsku – Osoblaha will have a new owner – the company Osoblažská úzkorozchodná dráha, o.p.s. which includes four municipalities from the Osoblaha micro-region. Keys will be symbolically handed over on Tuesday 8 May 2018 on the occasion of the festive launch of the new tourist season on this line. The legal aspect of this procedure should be dealt with up to the end of summer holidays.

03.05.2018 Cheb Station Will Acquire Barrie-Free Access to Platforms

Today, modernisation of Cheb Station as the most important railway junction in the entire Karlovy Vary Region was launched by a festive tapping on a rail. The investor of this construction with total estimated costs exceeding half a billion Czech crowns is Správa železniční dopravní cesty (SŽDC); the implementation will be carried out by the company STRABAG Rail.

20.04.2018 Dealing with Landslide of Railway Embankment in Dalovice – Hájek Line Section

Preliminary results of the geological survey carried out in the area of a railway embankment part landslide in the Dalovice - Hájek line section demonstrated that the originally considered option of putting the open line track No 1 into emergency operation was not feasible for reasons of safety preservation. The superstructure and substructure remains are not consistent and are geologically unstable. These days there is no way to assure provisional operation in this section. The situation is also complicated due to very restricted access for heavy machinery.

19.04.2018 Management board meeting report

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18.04.2018 Bohumín Station Will Acquire Modern Signalling Equipment Lost During Fire

Správa železniční dopravní cesty (SŽDC) started construction of modern signalling and safety equipment at Bohumín Station. Works will last up to next year and will allow finishing emergency traffic management which has been introduced two years ago at this railway station due to a devastating fire.

16.04.2018 ČD Prevention Train Starts, Spring Part Began Today in Most

The successful project of České dráhy “Prevention Train for a Safe Railway” continues this year as well. The spring journey began on Monday 16 April at Most Railway Station; from there it will travel to Chomutov, Ústí nad Labem and Děčín. České dráhy has been organising the Prevention train since 2007. It is designed for pupils of primary schools and students of high schools and training institutions. In eleven years, more than 20 thousand young people from forty cities have visited this train. The national carrier cooperates on this project with well-tried partners: Správa železniční dopravní cesty and its own subsidiary, ČD Cargo.

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12.04.2018 SŽDC Ordered a Feasibility Study for Prague - Brno High-Speed Connection

Správa železniční dopravní cesty (SŽDC) ordered a feasibility study of the high-speed line Prague – Brno – Břeclav by concluding a contract with the winning company SUDOP Praha. Works on the study will take 29 months and will concentrate on technical, operational and the following economical assessment of the whole section from Prague through Brno to Břeclav. At the same time, it will verify and suggest a feasible solution which will satisfy future domestic and cross-border demand in long-distance passenger transport. It will assess two basic variants of the new lines’ position and three speed levels of 250, 300 and 350 kph.

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