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Old February 8th, 2007, 07:20 PM   #201
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Very impressive construction.
What is the lenght and high (in the highets point) of the viaduct?
You should read the earlier renders...

Anyway, here is the answer "With its 1872 meters lengh this viaduct will be the longest in Central Europe. 23,80 meters wide and the longest pillar will be 80 meters tall when its finished."
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Very impressive construction.
What is the lenght and high (in the highets point) of the viaduct?
You should read the earlier renders...

Anyway, here is the answer "With its 1872 meters lengh this viaduct will be the longest in Central Europe. 23,80 meters wide and the longest pillar will be 80 meters tall when its finished."
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Old February 8th, 2007, 07:27 PM   #203
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hehe me too! i'm lucky that it's quite near Croatia so it won't be hard for me to sit in a car and drive 2 h to see it
btw, M7 is so funny motorway: it runs threw easy area, not many objects, but then in the middle of it giant viaduct!
The joke is, that it would have been a lot cheaper if the constructers led the highway around the valley instead of going over it... This way the bill is triple...
But now we'll have something to show around...
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hehe me too! i'm lucky that it's quite near Croatia so it won't be hard for me to sit in a car and drive 2 h to see it
btw, M7 is so funny motorway: it runs threw easy area, not many objects, but then in the middle of it giant viaduct!
The joke is, that it would have been a lot cheaper if the constructers led the highway around the valley instead of going over it... This way the bill is triple...
But now we'll have something to show around...
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Old February 8th, 2007, 11:25 PM   #205
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You should read the earlier renders...

Anyway, here is the answer "With its 1872 meters lengh this viaduct will be the longest in Central Europe. 23,80 meters wide and the longest pillar will be 80 meters tall when its finished."
The longest Slovak viaduct over town Považská Bystrica (population 43 000) on highway D1 will be "only" 1 786 m long but it is necessary - it will cross the town, railway and river Váh all in very narrow valey.
BTW I like your viaduct. It is simple and elegant. I hope the Slovak one will be similar.
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You should read the earlier renders...

Anyway, here is the answer "With its 1872 meters lengh this viaduct will be the longest in Central Europe. 23,80 meters wide and the longest pillar will be 80 meters tall when its finished."
The longest Slovak viaduct over town Považská Bystrica (population 43 000) on highway D1 will be "only" 1 786 m long but it is necessary - it will cross the town, railway and river Váh all in very narrow valey.
BTW I like your viaduct. It is simple and elegant. I hope the Slovak one will be similar.
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Old February 8th, 2007, 11:46 PM   #207
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The longest Slovak viaduct over town Považská Bystrica (population 43 000) on highway D1 will be "only" 1 786 m long but it is necessary - it will cross the town, railway and river Váh all in very narrow valey.
BTW I like your viaduct. It is simple and elegant. I hope the Slovak one will be similar.
I know its not the longest in the region! We already discussed it long time ago. When I copied this sentence to the render, I forgot to correct it. Sorry! Could you post a photo of your Viaduct here to compare, or just the link? Thanks!
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The longest Slovak viaduct over town Považská Bystrica (population 43 000) on highway D1 will be "only" 1 786 m long but it is necessary - it will cross the town, railway and river Váh all in very narrow valey.
BTW I like your viaduct. It is simple and elegant. I hope the Slovak one will be similar.
I know its not the longest in the region! We already discussed it long time ago. When I copied this sentence to the render, I forgot to correct it. Sorry! Could you post a photo of your Viaduct here to compare, or just the link? Thanks!
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Old February 9th, 2007, 12:10 AM   #209
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These are the best "visualisations." It's from prapagation buletin but I'm not sure if they are still actual:



Highway D1 Sverepc - Vrtižer will be the most complicated part of Slovak highway system. There will be 20 bridges which will have together 7 kilometres. There will be also two crossings one of them will be whole on bridges because it's behind the river Váh (second largest Slovak river after Danube) embankment.
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These are the best "visualisations." It's from prapagation buletin but I'm not sure if they are still actual:



Highway D1 Sverepc - Vrtižer will be the most complicated part of Slovak highway system. There will be 20 bridges which will have together 7 kilometres. There will be also two crossings one of them will be whole on bridges because it's behind the river Váh (second largest Slovak river after Danube) embankment.
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Niiiiceeee... Is it really going to be built? How tall will it be?
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Niiiiceeee... Is it really going to be built? How tall will it be?
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The joke is, that it would have been a lot cheaper if the constructers led the highway around the valley instead of going over it... This way the bill is triple...
But now we'll have something to show around...
i know, i've been at Balaton and i was really, but really surprised when i saw that you were going to build a giant viaduct there. i asked mayself "where and why the hell?! have they made artificiall hills to make a viaduct?? ) at each case - interesting and attractive

btw, isn't D1 around Považska Bystrica finished few weeks ago?
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The joke is, that it would have been a lot cheaper if the constructers led the highway around the valley instead of going over it... This way the bill is triple...
But now we'll have something to show around...
i know, i've been at Balaton and i was really, but really surprised when i saw that you were going to build a giant viaduct there. i asked mayself "where and why the hell?! have they made artificiall hills to make a viaduct?? ) at each case - interesting and attractive

btw, isn't D1 around Považska Bystrica finished few weeks ago?
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Old February 9th, 2007, 04:00 PM   #215
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Construction should start in April 2007. The viaduct will be 30 metres high. Present highway D1 ends before Považská Bystrica and new parts have been opened after Považská Bystrica few weeks ago. There is still gap and the traffic have to go through Považská Bystrica which is still only a second before collapse. Highway is not built yet because of some local inhabitants who were against it.
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Construction should start in April 2007. The viaduct will be 30 metres high. Present highway D1 ends before Považská Bystrica and new parts have been opened after Považská Bystrica few weeks ago. There is still gap and the traffic have to go through Považská Bystrica which is still only a second before collapse. Highway is not built yet because of some local inhabitants who were against it.
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Highway is not built yet because of some local inhabitants who were against it.
It happens all the time! The new subway line of Budapest (M4) is half year (+20) behind schedule because some maniac planed to sell its few square metre property for 1 million Euros. Now they had to move the project with 100 meters because of this individual... This little thing took away half a year...
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Highway is not built yet because of some local inhabitants who were against it.
It happens all the time! The new subway line of Budapest (M4) is half year (+20) behind schedule because some maniac planed to sell its few square metre property for 1 million Euros. Now they had to move the project with 100 meters because of this individual... This little thing took away half a year...
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Yes, it's ridiculous. For example Kia factory in Teplička nad Váhom near Žilina is producing cars but some buildings still don't have even building permission because some owners don't want to sell their land. The same problem in Považská Bystrica, the same in most of Slovakia and probably in whole Europe.
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Yes, it's ridiculous. For example Kia factory in Teplička nad Váhom near Žilina is producing cars but some buildings still don't have even building permission because some owners don't want to sell their land. The same problem in Považská Bystrica, the same in most of Slovakia and probably in whole Europe.
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