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Old March 23rd, 2016, 10:35 PM   #3401
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How can a city, which tolerates scamming taxi drivers right in front of the city hall, have a successful transportation policy? You need to let all those taxis and official limousines into the city centre, otherwise it won't work.
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Old April 1st, 2016, 01:55 PM   #3402
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The D8 landslide site is shaping up. https://www.zonerama.com/makr/Photo/1218834/46237968

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Old April 1st, 2016, 02:14 PM   #3403
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Eurovia won the tender for construction of D3 between Ševětín and Borek with the lowest price offer of 930 CZK million. The construction should not start before July. The low price can be explained by the fact that more than a construction it will be an enlarging of the current first class I-3 road to motorway standards.

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Old April 1st, 2016, 09:05 PM   #3404
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The D8 landslide site is shaping up. https://www.zonerama.com/makr/Photo/1218834/46237968

When are this section going to be finished ?
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It should be by the end of 2016.
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Old April 2nd, 2016, 04:11 PM   #3406
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Cant wait to drive through this strech! I think its most scenic region of CZ and I hope they will make at least a couple of rest areas.
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Old April 2nd, 2016, 10:05 PM   #3407
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Expected construction work starts for new motorway sections in the coming months

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Eurovia won the tender for construction of D3 between Ševětín and Borek with the lowest price offer of 930 CZK million. The construction should not start before July. The low price can be explained by the fact that more than a construction it will be an enlarging of the current first class I-3 road to motorway standards.

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The project page was updated in January. There's a TECHNICKÁ PRŮVODKA STAVBY (technical construction schedule) which is indicating that the construction period should be March 2016 to March 2020**:

D3: Sevetin – Borek 10.7km (March 2016 to March 2020) [2nd c/w] – projectmap

**December 2018 was indicated on the project page last summer.
April 2016 version of the project page:

D3: Sevetin – Borek 10.7km (July 2016 to June 2020) [2nd c/w] – projectmap

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According to its project page (December 2015 version), the construction of a D4 section should begin soon:

D4: north of Lety – north of Cimelice 2.6km (March 2016 to December 2017) – projectmap
March 2016 version of the project page:

D4: north of Lety – north of Cimelice 2.6km (September 2016 to June 2018) – projectmap

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According to the January 2016 version of the project page, the construction of a D7 section should begin soon:

D7: Bitozeves – Postoloprty-West 3.8km (April 2016 to October 2017) – projectmap
No updated project page.

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The same for two D48(/D56) sections (January 2016 version):

D48: Rybi – Rychaltice 11.5km (July 2016 to April 2020) – projectmap

D48: west of Frydek-Mistek-West (D56) – Frydek-Mistek-East 8.6km (July 2016 to January 2020) – projectmap
D56: Frydek-Mistek-Sviadnov – Frydek-Mistek-West (D48) 2.3km (July 2016 to January 2020) – projectmap
Same dates according to the March 2016 version of the project page.

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There are more construction works for new motorway sections which are announced to begin at a later date in 2016.
Some are delayed, the remaining 2016 projects are:

January 2016 version of the project page:
I68: Tranovice (D48) – Nebory 5.4km (August 2016 to November 2019) – projectmap

January 2016 version of the project page:
D6: Krusovice – Revnicov 4.2km (October 2016 to September 2019) – projectmap

January 2016 version of the project page:
D6: Revnicov – Nove Straseci 5.6km (October 2016 to September 2019) – projectmap

January 2016 version of the project page:
D11: north of Smirice – Jaromer-North 7.4km (October 2016 to October 2019) – projectmap

November 2015 version of the project page:
D11: Hradek Kralove – north of Smirice 15.2km (October 2016 to April 2020) – projectmap

January 2016 version of the project page:
D35: Opatovice – Casy 12.6km (November 2016 to December 2019) – projectmap

January 2016 version of the project page:
D35: Casy – Ostrov 14.5km (November 2016 to December 2019) – projectmap

January 2016 version of the project page:
D7: Panensky Tynec – east of Panensky Tynec 3.5km (2016 to 2018) – projectmap
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Old April 2nd, 2016, 10:39 PM   #3408
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Some of constructions you mentioned won't probably start this year as the European Commission isn't satisfied with the EIA assessments that have been written earlier according to the older law from 1992.
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Old April 2nd, 2016, 10:43 PM   #3409
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Which projects?
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Old April 2nd, 2016, 10:57 PM   #3410
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The "old" EIA includes these (according to ada031 at ceskedalnice forum) national road projects:

road - section - date of passing the EIA - proposed start of construction

D0 511 Běchovice - D1 - 11/2002 - 2019
D0 518 Ruzyně – Suchdol - 4/2002 - ??
D0 519 Suchdol – Březiněves - 4/2002 - ??
D1 0136 Říkovice – Přerov - 12/2000 - 2018
D3 0310/I Úsilné – Hodějovice - 5/2005 - 11/2016
D3 0310/II Hodějovice – Třebonín - 5/2005 - 11/2016
D3 0311 Třebonín – Kaplice nádraží - 5/2005 - 10/2017
D3 0312/I Kaplice nádraží – Nažidla - 5/2005 - 10/2017
D3 0312/II Nažidla – Dolní Dvořiště - 5/2005 - 10/2017
D4 Milín – Lety - 3/2000 - 2017
D4 Lety – Čimelice - 1/2000 - 3/2016
D4 Čimelice – Mirotice - 1/2000 - 2017
D4 Mirotice rozšíření - 1/2000 - 2019
D6 Nové Strašecí – Řevničov - 4/2001 - 10/2016
D6 Řevničov obchvat - 4/2001 - 10/2016
D6 Krupá přeložka - 4/2001 - 2021
D6 Hořesedly přeložka - 4/2001 - 2021
D6 Hořovičky obchvat - 4/2001 - 2023
D6 Petrohrad – Lubenec - 8/2002 - 2020
D6 Lubenec obchvat – I. etapa - 8/2002 - 2017
D6 Knínice – Bošov - 8/2002 - 2022
D6 Žalmanov – Knínice - 8/2002 - 2027
D6 Olšová Vrata – Žalmanov - 7/2000 - 2023
D6 Karlovy Vary – Olšová Vrata - 7/2000 - 2023
D7 Louny zkapacitnění - 10/1994 - 2017
D11 1106 Hradec Králové – Smiřice - 10/1996 - 10/2016
D35 Opatovice – Časy - 12/2006 - 11/2016
D35 Časy – Ostrov - 12/2006 - 11/2016
D48 Bělotín – Rybí - 2/200 - 6/2017
D48 Rybí – Rychaltice - 2/2004 - 7/2016
D48 Frýdek-Místek obchvat - 6/2004 - 7/2016
D48 + I/35 Palačovská spojka - 7/2002 - 2018
D49 4901 Hulín – Fryšták - 12/2001 - 2016
D56 Frýdek-Místek - napojení na D48 - 6/2004 - 7/2016

I/3 Olbramovice přeložka – 4/1998 – 2016
I/9 Dubice – Dolní Libchava, obchvat – 12/1999 – 2018
I/9 Nový Bor – Dolní Libchava – 12/1999 – 2019
I/11 Opava – severní obchvat – východní část – 4/2002 – 6/2016
I/11 Doudleby nad Orlicí – obchvat – 1/1999 – 2018
I/12 D0 – Úvaly – 6/2003 - 2020
I/13 Třebušice MÚK – 8/2001 – 2/2017
I/13 Rynoltice – Lvová, přeložka – 5/1996 – 2019
I/13 Kunratice – Jablonné v Podještědí – 12/2001 – 2017
I/13 Krásná Studánka – Dětřichov – 9/2002 – 2019
I/13 Kladrubská spojka – 4/2003 – 2017
I/14 Kunratice – Jablonec nad Nisou – 2/1996 – 3/2016
I/19 Chýnov – 6/1999 – 2016
I/20 Pištín – České Vrbné – 6/2001 – 2018
I/20 Hněvkov – Sedlice – 3/2002 – 2018
I/21 Nová Hospoda – Kočov, II. Stavba – 12/1998 – 2016
I/27 Klatovy přeložka, 1. stavba – 6/1998 – 2019
I/27 Plzeň, Třemošenský rybník – Orlík – 12/2004 – 2017
I/34 Rouštany – Pohled – 7/1997 – 4/2016
I/34 Lišov – Vranín – 12/2000 – 2018
I/36 Sezemice obchvat – 9/2000 – 2017
I/36 Pardubice, Trnová-Fáblovka-Dubina – 2/2001 – 2018
I/37 Chrudim obchvat – I/17-Slatiňany – 4/1996 – 2017
I/38 Znojmo obchvat, 2. stavba – 6/1994 – 6/2016
I/38 Luštěnice – Újezd – 4/1995 – 2018
I/39 Horní Planá – 11/2000 – 2019
I/43 Hradec nad Svitavou – Lačnov – 6/1997 – 2017
I/57 Semetín – Bystřička, 2. stavba – 12/1995 – 2017
I/67 Karviná obchvat – 4/2003 – 2018

It also includes 2 major railway constructions of the main line Prague-České Budějovice
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Old April 3rd, 2016, 12:24 AM   #3411
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They should update those EIAs. Most countries have some kind of legislation that an EIA expires if no work is commenced within x years (usually 10 or less).
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Old April 3rd, 2016, 01:36 AM   #3412
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There's no such law in Czechia.
Anyway, it doesn't really matter what we think or what the Czech law says. EU basically said "We don't like these EIAs. Make new ones or you won't get any money." And writing new EIA can take years! This only shows how serious is EU when it comes from nice words to actually building the TEN-T.
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Old April 3rd, 2016, 09:24 PM   #3413
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They should update those EIAs. Most countries have some kind of legislation that an EIA expires if no work is commenced within x years (usually 10 or less).
Those EIA's were fine, but the new EIA legislation was passed in the CZ and it is required that the EIA's would be re evaluated according to the new legislation.

In fact this is rather throwing money and time down the toilet. It will have negligible impact on the actual realisation of these projects and it will only delay everything tremendously or even block some projects indefinitely as the green and NIMBY lobby will naturally use every opportunity to fight and delay.
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Old April 3rd, 2016, 10:43 PM   #3414
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it is required that the EIA's would be re evaluated according to the new legislation.
Actually, only the European Commission insists on the re evaluation of old EIAs. The former intention of the Czech ministry of the environment was, that the old EIAs would get some sort of "confirmation certificate" after updating them. That means no full new EIA process.
But EC doesn't like that and threatens with stopping the funds. I think it's nothing but stubbornness and useless bureaucracy.
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Old April 23rd, 2016, 08:55 PM   #3415
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I/37 between Hradec Králové and Pardubice is FINALLY signed as a road for motor vehicles with a speed limit of 110 kmph
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Old April 25th, 2016, 07:40 PM   #3416
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Anyone interested in slow TV?
One and a half hour ride from Prague to Sokolov via Karlovy Vary


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Old April 29th, 2016, 04:03 PM   #3417
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That's the result of Prague's failed transport policy in the last 50 years. The city invested billions of eurs into city motorways and got more people into cars as a result. Suburbs are booming while the wider city centre has become less attractive for living because of unregulated cars. Especially young families are fleeing the city into outskirts and suburbs. Car traffic in the whole city increased 3 times in the last 25 years.
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How can a city, which tolerates scamming taxi drivers right in front of the city hall, have a successful transportation policy? You need to let all those taxis and official limousines into the city centre, otherwise it won't work.
You won't cut the crap, will you?

I'm really bored to disprove this nonsense from you time and again. I will instead resort to ressurect my older posting on the subject. Click the appropriate links below to check the facts how failed the policies of a city that pumps into public transportation 10 times more its resurces than Vienna and which has one of the lowest modal shares of individual car transport on overall motorized transport in the world, really are.

Btw I fully support traffic calming on both Vltava banks. But neither would be feasible w/o having Blanka as the result of this "failed policy".

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MO or City Ring, Blanka is part of, is in terms of its location in city structure, function and configuration similar to Boulevard Periferique in Paris or A10 in Amsterdam (this one even has the exactly same length - 32 km), or Mittlererring in Munich - 28 km.

An urban expressway / ring road around wider city center is a tried and tested solution to reduce congestion especially needed in topographically difficult cities like Prague, which due to terrain constraints lack enough capacity in existing roads.

(SJM is completely different story though).

As regards public transport preference: Prague already has one of the highest shares of public transportation, which btw consumes most of the city budget (almost 40% compared to 4% in Vienna or Amsterdam!!!) on overall modal share, so there's little chance you can reduce current congestion by pumping even more money to the public transportation.

The immediate relief Blanka opening brought to many parts of the city just proves how useful it is and how worthwhile the investment was. It could surely be less expensive, if the design was less generous and the construction was better managed, but overall compared to similar projects, the price hike and delay were well within margins of what's the norm for projects of such scale (especially given that at least one year was wasted for legal battles over cost of extra works). And quite a sound success compared to, say The Big Dig, or BBI.

What 1+1=3 says is as accurate as the formula in his monicker. Sorry I couldn't resist.
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According to the January 2016 version of the project page, the construction of a D7 section should begin soon:

D7: Bitozeves – Postoloprty-West 3.8km (April 2016 to October 2017) – projectmap
No updated project page.
The project page has been updated. It seems that construction works might begin in June...
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city that pumps into public transportation 10 times more its resurces than Vienna and which has one of the lowest modal shares of individual car transport on overall motorized transport in the world, really are.

Btw I fully support traffic calming on both Vltava banks. But neither would be feasible w/o having Blanka as the result of this "failed policy".
The article comparing public transport expenditures in Vienna and Prague is lacking any sources. I'm afraid someone is comparing apples and oranges there.
Also, you can't compare Paris with Prague (10 times bigger) or Amsterdam (smaller and with 2x times denser population - its A10 is equivalent of Prague's D0 outer ring, running in the outskirts and industrial zones of the city). Again, Vienna has no motorway ring, inner nor outer. Prague is just copying the worst examples from the western cities they made during 60's-80's - expensive motorways built inside residential zones inducing even more car traffic. Prague is packed with cars and it's getting worse. Per 1000 inhabitants, there are 380 cars in Vienna while 600 in Prague (and still increasing). Population in Vienna is growing, the city is creating good conditions for families, while people in Prague are moving outside the city to suburbs (where they are 100% dependent on cars, making traffic situation in Prague worse). The living conditions and the environment in Prague is getting worse, especially because all the car traffic.

Reducing car traffic in Vltava banks in the centre: Blanka didn't help at all. You have same amount of cars there and no "calming" in sight. Magistrala - 6-8 lanes motorway running though the city center - no calming in sight. You can build as much "city rings" as you want, without restrictions people in cars will still go to the city centre. Only in larger numbers and more easily because of all new motorways.
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so people are doing what they naturally want to? What is problem in that?
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