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ÖBB announces the beginning of main construction work on the Hypo subway in Bregenz. What does it mean for passengers?

ÖBB announces the beginning of main construction work on the Hypo subway in Bregenz. What does it mean for passengers?
photo: sailerbrothers / ÖBB/ÖBB announces the beginning of main construction work on the Hypo subway in Bregenz. What does it mean for passengers?
09 / 08 / 2022

The Hypo subway at Bregenz station is vital to access the platforms and serves as a popular connection between the city and Lake Constance. Following the planning agreement, the subway is currently being made more attractive and barrier-free. After completion of the preliminary work, ÖBB Infrastruktur AG started the extensive main work on the project on August 8th, 2022.

Important track construction work will be carried out until the end of September 2022, and the island platforms, including roofing, will be renewed. Amid the reconstruction, work will be necessary repeatedly until autumn 2022, also during the night hours, such as the nights from August 8th to 9th and 19th to 21st. The work will also lead to an increase in noise levels and dust pollution. ÖBB asks the affected residents and customers for their understanding.

Impact of the works on train traffic

Due to the shortening of platforms caused by the construction work, departure and arrival platforms may be changed. ÖBB asks the customers to pay attention to the announcements on-site and the local information. For access from the city to the lake or vice versa in the station area, pedestrians are requested to use the crossing at the station or in the area of the Milchpilz crossing. Important note: Crossing the tracks is life-threatening and therefore prohibited without exception!

The following preliminary work has already been carried out

  • Creation of the construction site installation area
  • The enclosure of the construction pits, as well as the erection of the DS columns for the future lift systems
  • Construction of a temporary track crossing
  • Relocation of the existing cycle path
  • Construction work on the new technical building has already begun. A special feature here is the climatic clay used. The innovative climate concrete use means less cement is needed for a comparable reference concrete. The carbon introduced instead of cement permanently binds CO2 in the building material. Thus, the innovative climate concrete balances out the resource-intensive building material cement in the best case, and climate-positive building material can be created. Further concrete work on the walls and ceilings of the new technical building will follow in the next few weeks.

 

Source: ÖBB Press Releases

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