11.05.2011 Night at the museum on the exhibition of the telecommunication and signalling equipment in Hradec Kralove
On the occasion of the International day of Museums and Galleries, IV Year of the Night at the Museum in Hradec Kralove is held on Friday, 20th May 2011 from 6 p.m. to 12 a.m. The entry to all museums and galleries is free on this night. The same applies to the exhibition of telecommunication and signalling equipment.
06.05.2011 Inside investigation of the condition of the railway section Kostelec u Jihlavy – Slavonice
The technical conditions of the railway section Kostelec u Jihlavy – Slavonice indicate no reasons for concern about the safety of passengers and rail transport on this line. The track is regularly checked, maintained and reconstructed if necessary in order to ensure safety.
05.05.2011 Mazací prostředky
This accident, which occurred on a restored section of III Corridor, induced a preliminary damage at the amount of CZK 3 million for the Railway Infrastructure Administration, state organization.
03.05.2011 Response to the news reports presented by Czech TV in the programmes Udalosti v regionech (Events in regions) and Udalosti (Events)
In the last few weeks, more and more biased news reports were presented by Czech TV which referred to the Railway Infrastructure Administration, state organization in different ways.
Another significant construction within the modernization of the European railway network entitled „Modernization of the railway section České Budějovice – Nemanice I“ was festively launched. The project is part of IV Railway Transit Corridor and the line České Velenice - České Budějovice - Pilsen. The length of the reconstructed section is 2.62 km. The investor of the construction is Railway Infrastructure Administration, state organization (SŽDC).
After nearly five years of complex construction work, track possessions on III Railway Transit Corridor between Pilsen and Cheb came to an end as of 30th April 2011. Passengers do not have to change to alternate buses any more. The western branch of III RTC is part of the trans-European railway network and provides a fast link between the capital of Prague, Pilsen - west-bohemian city and the neighbouring Federal Republic of Germany.