Trams to Dúbravka will start running in Bratislava again

The operation of the Kútiky – Záluhy section will complete the second stage of modernization of this line. TASR informed the Bratislava Transport Company (DPB) about this. The start of tram traffic to Dúbravka has so far been prevented by a dispute with representatives of landowners under the Dolné Krčace power station.

Transport promises that it will be waiting for the tram passengers to Dúbravka shorter driving times, higher comfort and better accessibility and awareness. “DPB will extend the route of line 4 from 22 February to final At the cross. Thanks to the start of tram traffic, it will come at the same time to terminate the operation of the X5 alternative transport line, “said the transport company business.

Passengers in Dúbravka will have a connection to the city center and significant interchanges every four minutes at rush hour, each five minutes off peak and every 7.5 minutes on weekends. On the line 4, at the same time at least every second connection will be secured by new ones low-floor trams.

“Upgraded radial parts will be beneficial when fully completed all the population concerned, including people with disabilities. The stops in Karlova Ves and Dúbravka are also the first to be at placed new aesthetic and quality urban furniture, “ approached DPB.

Trams have been running in parts since 19 December 2019 modernized Karlovy Vary-Dúbravská radial only after the corner of Kútika in Karlova Ves. So far, two stages have been carried out within the construction works, from the Molecova stop to the Kútiky turnaround and from the turnaround to Záluhy (Damborsky). Dispute with representatives of landowners under the electric station – the currency exchange Dolné Krčace – has so far prevented the start of traffic trams to Dúbravka. However, the city after two urgent measures the court managed to get to the power station and implement in it the necessary adjustments.

The most difficult stage of modernization is planned from the beginning of May Karlovy Vary radial, which is to last until September 2020. It is to be modernized the longest and main section of the line from the tunnel to Molecov. Within it Among other things, the Molecova interchange will be built.

The long-awaited reconstruction of the Karlovy Vary-Dúbravská tramway radials for 65.1 million euros with VAT started on 22 June 2019. It is being implemented a competitive consortium of DK Radiála companies.

The operation of the Kútiky – Záluhy section will complete the second stage of modernization of this line. TASR informed the Bratislava Transport Company (DPB) about this. The start of tram traffic to Dúbravka has so far been prevented by a dispute with representatives of landowners under the Dolné Krčace power station.

Transport promises that it will be waiting for the tram passengers to Dúbravka shorter driving times, higher comfort and better accessibility and awareness. “DPB will extend the route of line 4 from 22 February to final At the cross. Thanks to the start of tram traffic, it will come at the same time to terminate the operation of the X5 alternative transport line, “said the transport company business.

Passengers in Dúbravka will have a connection to the city center and significant interchanges every four minutes at rush hour, each five minutes off peak and every 7.5 minutes on weekends. On the line 4, at the same time at least every second connection will be secured by new ones low-floor trams.

“Upgraded radial parts will be beneficial when fully completed all the population concerned, including people with disabilities. The stops in Karlova Ves and Dúbravka are also the first to be at placed new aesthetic and quality urban furniture, “ approached DPB.

Trams have been running in parts since 19 December 2019 modernized Karlovy Vary-Dúbravská radial only after the corner of Kútika in Karlova Ves. So far, two stages have been carried out within the construction works, from the Molecova stop to the Kútiky turnaround and from the turnaround to Záluhy (Damborsky). Dispute with representatives of landowners under the electric station – the currency exchange Dolné Krčace – has so far prevented the start of traffic trams to Dúbravka. However, the city after two urgent measures the court managed to get to the power station and implement in it the necessary adjustments.

The most difficult stage of modernization is planned from the beginning of May Karlovy Vary radial, which is to last until September 2020. It is to be modernized the longest and main section of the line from the tunnel to Molecov. Within it Among other things, the Molecova interchange will be built.

The long-awaited reconstruction of the Karlovy Vary-Dúbravská tramway radials for 65.1 million euros with VAT started on 22 June 2019. It is being implemented a competitive consortium of DK Radiála companies.