Veröffentlichungsdatum: 31 Januar 2011
Projektträger – zwischengeschaltetes Finanzinstitut
Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic;
Managing Authority of the Operational Programme of Transport in the Czech Republic
The project consists of the optimisation (rehabilitation) of two railway line sections with a total length of approximately 72 km, located on the Czech railway Corridor III, west of Prague, between Stříbro and Cheb. Corridor III is a 222 km long TEN railway line from the Praha Smíchov station to Cheb near the German border.
The project corresponds to an optimisation of capacity and performance of the existing infrastructure both for passengers and freight traffic, and it also encompasses an improvement of network safety and reliability. The project is a step towards the gradual achievement of interoperability of the Czech railway network.
Vorgeschlagene EIB-Finanzierung (voraussichtlicher Betrag)
Up to CZK 2.5 billion
Gesamtkosten (voraussichtlicher Betrag)
CZK 8 354.8 million
The project falls under Annex II of Directive 97/11/EC as amended by Directive 2003/35/EC and an EIA has been carried out. All procedural rules, transposed into Law of the Czech Republic (Act 100/2001 Coll.), have been respected. The project lies in the vicinity of several NATURA 2000 sites. Documentation from the competent authorities was received, indicating that the project has no significant impact on these sites.
EU procurement directives (2004/17/EC, 2004/18/EC) have been transposed into Czech legislation by the Act No. 137/2006 Coll.
The contract notices for the international open tender were published in the Official Journal of the European Communities (OJEC). The main contracts have been published in the OJEC under the reference number 2007/S 234 284982 on 5/12/2007 for scheme 7 and S 126 154103 on 3/7/2007 for scheme 8.
In Prüfung - 31/01/2011
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