This month, main work is carried out on track No. 1 between the railway stations of Hořovice – Zbiroh which has been excluded from the railway transport.
07.07.2011 Pronájem majetku
Invitation, presentation, video, a table listing defects and deadlines
23.06.2011 „The Optimization of the line Planá u M. L. (excluding) - Cheb (excluding)“ receives an award 2010 CZECH TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION
The investor of the construction „Optimization of the line Planá u Mariánských Lázní – Cheb“, which is part of the complex of 9 independent constructions of the western section of III Railway Transit Corridor, is the Railway Infrastructure Administration, state organization - Civil Engineering Administration Pilsen.
Invitation, presentation, drawing
18.06.2011 Getting stuck at a level crossing does not have to lead to an accident; you just have to follow basic rules.
Today´s collision between the bus and the express train in Chrást u Plzně could highly unlikely be prevented. However, drivers often do not know how to react in similar situations.
The signalling installation on the line Svitavy – Ždárec u Skutče registered an unpermitted passenger train and secured the stop of another train coming from the opposite direction.
The Railway Infrastructure Administration, state organization, as the operator of the state-owned railway network is going to check all important lines prior to the strike termination. On all national lines (corridor as well as non-corridor), inspection runs will be carried out, in order to ensure safe launch of the operation, three hours prior to the planned strike termination until the first train departs.
An important reconstruction of the track facility had been under way in the railway station Nesovice for less than a year. The construction completed on today´s festive occasion has been co-funded by the European Union under the Operational Programme Transport. The total cost of the station reconstruction is CZK 166,935.207 without VAT. The Cohesion Fund is to contribute with the amount of CZK 139,513.842, which accounts for 85 % of the eligible cost of the project. The remaining part has been co-funded from national resources through the State Fund for Transport Infrastructure.