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SŽ has approved the VRT unit development. What will the Czech Railways be able to boast about in the future?

SŽ has approved the VRT unit development. What will the Czech Railways be able to boast about in the future?
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26 / 04 / 2022

In connection with the ongoing work on the new railway network development, SŽ is creating a high-speed rail division (VRT), which will be responsible for its preparation, construction and operation. Zoning decisions (DÚR) will be made for five sections of the new lines.

 The previously approved VRT strategy foresees a 700-kilometre network on the Prague-Brno-Ostrava and Brno-Břeclav lines, which will allow trains to run up to 300 km/h and be the busiest railway line in the Czech Republic since it connects three major cities of the country. In particular, Prague - Brno - Ostrava will also be used to connect to Budapest or Warsaw, thus becoming the basis of a high-speed rail network in Central Europe.

VRT 4 will create a connection between Czech Prague, Ústí nad Labem and German Dresden, thus connecting to the high-speed network of Western Europe. The construction of the first 48.5 km long section includes the construction of two passenger terminals (in Rudnice nad Labem and near the railway station Usti nad Labem West) and is planned for 2027.

In turn, VRT 5 covers the route of Czech Prague - Hradec Králové / Pardubice with the Polish Wrocław.

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