Czech station enhancement programme to be launched

One of the last station modernisation projects under the auspices of ČD was a 17-month project at Třinec. The operator paid KC38m of cost with the local authority contributing a further KC21m, of which 85% came from EU funds (Photo: Michal Málek).

CZECH REPUBLIC: Infrastructure manager SŽDC plans to launch a comprehensive national station modernisation programme which will see KC8·2bn spent at an initial 60 locations over three years, once it takes over ownership of almost all of the country’s stations from national operator ČD.

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