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Old January 10th, 2009, 01:50 AM   #161
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These asphalt roads under the bridge and at the parking lots make me think that Strabag has made quite some efforts to keep the construction site in order. Or were these roads already there before construction began? In Hungary I can hardly find a motorway construction where asphalt is laid on the ground for heavy trucks and workers' cars, although it would be pretty ideal avoiding everything from getting messed up after heavy rains.
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Old January 11th, 2009, 08:54 PM   #162
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These asphalt roads under the bridge and at the parking lots make me think that Strabag has made quite some efforts to keep the construction site in order. Or were these roads already there before construction began? In Hungary I can hardly find a motorway construction where asphalt is laid on the ground for heavy trucks and workers' cars, although it would be pretty ideal avoiding everything from getting messed up after heavy rains.
Hm, those are only ordinary streets, those were there before the construction began. Roads in construction site are really messy, although they are often made of crushed stone.
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Old January 12th, 2009, 01:14 PM   #163
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...I have been there 6months ago (went to motocars and then looks around ) and since looks like really big progress have been done ..nice nice ..I cant wait when Prague Outer Ring will be done...

any info how it all cost?
when will be done all project?
thx guys
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...I have been there 6months ago (went to motocars and then looks around ) and since looks like really big progress have been done ..nice nice ..I cant wait when Prague Outer Ring will be done...

any info how it all cost?
when will be done all project?
thx guys
Constr.parts 512-514 D1 - Jesenice - Lahovice - Slivenec have total costs of 6,5 + 9 + 12,3 mld CZK (bil AmE-wise). Summed up it's around 1050 mil € for approx 23 kms of ring road, incl. two double-tubed tunnels (total 3,5 km), 5 ecoducts, many bridges (longest one is viaduct over valley of Vltava and Berounka rivers with total length of 2,3 km and interchange in between).

Scheduled opening is May 2010, realistic one end of 2010.

Another planned part form D1 to D11 is scheduled to be constructed within four years (2012), hopefully. There are some problems with zoning decision.
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Old January 28th, 2009, 07:21 AM   #165
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would anyone ever be interested in creating a layer for google earth with all the planned, under construction, built highways/motorways in CZ?

it would be pretty cool...though really it should be ceskedalnice.cz that should do this, definitely a worthwhile project for them.

the reason i say this is because its such a pain in the ass trying to find info, maps and put it all together etc. google earth would be absolutely perfect.
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Old January 29th, 2009, 12:20 PM   #166
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would anyone ever be interested in creating a layer for google earth with all the planned, under construction, built highways/motorways in CZ?

it would be pretty cool...though really it should be ceskedalnice.cz that should do this, definitely a worthwhile project for them.

the reason i say this is because its such a pain in the ass trying to find info, maps and put it all together etc. google earth would be absolutely perfect.

Yeah really pain in the ass. And time-consuming. It would be really appreciated, we don't have time enough to improve our site the way we want to, not even making other things we don't have skills for like GoogleEarth. We'd love to see something like that happening. If you want some documentation, just ask or download maps of projects from RSD or our site and make it happen.

Or set up your own site with maps and documents...
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Nice November pic from Lahovice

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Old January 30th, 2009, 09:39 AM   #168
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Old February 9th, 2009, 08:20 PM   #169
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Old February 11th, 2009, 12:25 PM   #170
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would anyone ever be interested in creating a layer for google earth with all the planned, under construction, built highways/motorways in CZ?

it would be pretty cool...though really it should be ceskedalnice.cz that should do this, definitely a worthwhile project for them.

the reason i say this is because its such a pain in the ass trying to find info, maps and put it all together etc. google earth would be absolutely perfect.
Do you mean something like this?

http://www.turboupload.com/files/get...xpressways.kmz

I've made it in GE about the Hungarian network. Most of the routes are accurate, but there are ones which I haven't found any plans about (or officially not planned at all), so they are fantasy.

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Lahovice - Radotin 08/03/2009







more: http://foto.ceskedalnice.cz/vase-foto/090308-R1/
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wow, nice pictures. Advancing fast. I did not see any picture for more than 2 months...
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Old March 23rd, 2009, 11:54 AM   #173
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amazing construction i wish we had any that fantastic ring in polish capital yet:/
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Old March 23rd, 2009, 12:39 PM   #174
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Is there any discussion what happens post-peak oil if there are not any cars to use these fantastic structures? Will they have another use? Should the money be invested in the rail system?
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Old March 24th, 2009, 04:10 PM   #175
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Is there any discussion what happens post-peak oil if there are not any cars to use these fantastic structures? Will they have another use? Should the money be invested in the rail system?
Maybe they will be used by different cars which don't need petrol products. But, that's of course very unlike scenario. More probable is of course that entire idea of individual transport will be abandoned and there will be only public transportation.
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Are you serious? People won't completely abandon cars, "just" because the oil runs out; that's a very naive idea.
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Are you serious? People won't completely abandon cars, "just" because the oil runs out; that's a very naive idea.
...it is not question of naive idea or people's wantings - the pressure of not very optimistic future economical/ecological/political situation in the World will solve it probably very brutally. And societies (countries) which will be prepared for it, will be in great advantage. Puting heads into sandpile, believing to unlimited economic growth and consumption is the same utopia as communism.

In Czech - look here http://zlomropy.blogspot.com/

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Old March 24th, 2009, 10:34 PM   #178
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There will be always some cars, and some transport on the roads.. only it's fuel will be different from fuels we use now. And more cargo will be transported via railroad, I hope so!
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Is there any discussion what happens post-peak oil if there are not any cars to use these fantastic structures? Will they have another use? Should the money be invested in the rail system?
Have you ever visited this page? www.theoildrum.com

I'm afraid that peak oil is past. Hard to say how could those roads look like after 20 years, without maintenance funding...
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...it is not question of naive idea or people's wantings - the pressure of not very optimistic future economical/ecological/political situation in the World will solve it probably very brutally. And societies (countries) which will be prepared for it, will be in great advantage. Puting heads into sandpile, believing to unlimited economic growth and consumption is the same utopia as communism.

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I don't like that site... it is not balanced and also very "doomy".
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