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22.02.2018 Railway Accidents in 2017

Last year, SŽDC′s investigators recorded more than a thousand incidents on the Czech railway. Although compared with the previous period, it shows an increase by seven percent, a series of other statistical data brings more positive results nevertheless.

19.02.2018 Second Bridge Over Mikulášská Street in Plzeň Taken Down

Modernization of railway bridges over Mikulášská Street in Plzeň enters into its second half. After a successful putting into operation of the northern bridge of two rail bridges last year, today, the 19 February, the southern bridge will start to be removed. Both bridges served their service continuously more than a hundred years. The whole event is part of the reconstruction of Plzeň railway junction.

14.02.2018 Taking Down Two Bridges Keeps Negrelli Viaduct Modernization Running

The reconstruction of Negrelli Viaduct in Prague centre is entering its next stage. In the following days, the steel bridge over Prvního Pluku Street will be taken down to be replaced by a new reinforced concrete structure with steel beams. In a few weeks, the bridge over Křižíkova Street will be taken down as well. Upon the completion of works on the relocation of departing vehicles parking slots, main construction works in the area of Autobusové nádraží Florenc (Florenc Bus Station - FBS) will start as well.

09.02.2018 Management board meeting report

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08.02.2018 SŽDC Keeps on Increasing Level Crossings Safety

Správa železniční dopravní cesty (SŽDC) plans to invest 814 million Czech crowns this year to enhance 82 level crossings safety. In addition to modernization of the oldest types of safety installations, it makes up twenty level crossings by barrier beams with other four level crossings to be equipped by warning lights. Dozens of other level crossings will undergo a comprehensive renovation to be focused on the surface of level crossing structure as well. The administrator of the Czech railway network will keep on paying attention to new technologies testing and making preparation of grade separated crossings constructions faster.

06.02.2018 Repairs of another Passenger Building in Central Bohemia Ended

The Central Bohemia city of Zdice can pride itself with a newly repaired railway station building. Správa železniční dopravní cesty (SŽDC) completed repairs of another railway station in the region. Modernization of the passenger building was going on since last August up to January this year with costs amounting up to a sum of almost 8.8 Mio CZK.

30.01.2018 SŽDC Signed Co-operation Agreement with Havířov City, Local Station Expects Fundamental Change

The railway station passenger building in Havířov expects comprehensive reconstruction. Správa železniční dopravní cesty (SŽDC) will co-operate with the city on its new form. The Brussels style′s structure will serve not only for passengers′ check-in but to sports and leisure activities or as a municipal police′ duty room as well. Both parties sealed these plans today by signing a memorandum of co-operation on reconstruction of the building and the space of station forecourt as well.

29.01.2018 Exceptional Change of Passenger Rail Transport Services from 5 February

As of Monday, 5 February 2018, Správa železniční dopravní cesty prepared an exceptional change of timetable of passenger rail transport services in a total of seven lines. This occurred on the basis of ČD and GW Train Regio carriers′ applications.

25.01.2018 Management board meeting report

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25.01.2018 Transition to Remotely Controlled Lines in Plzeň Region

The line from Rokycany to Nezvěstice revitalized recently is the first ever regional railway in the network of Správa železniční dopravní cesty (SŽDC) controlled remotely by Prague Traffic Control Centre (TCC) facility. By doing so, it even preceded a part of the Rail Transit corridor 3 from Rokycany to Cheb with its connection to the above-mentioned facility now being started to implement.

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