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Old September 8th, 2019, 02:55 PM   #4021
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D6 Řevničov Bypass. Drone view of the construction works in August.

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Old September 9th, 2019, 12:32 PM   #4022
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About the D1/D46 - why on earth didn't they just rebuild the D46/D35 to cope with the transit traffic on D1 and leave it at that? It seems that trying to build a whole new D1 has taken a huge amount of time for no real advantage.
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Old September 10th, 2019, 01:56 PM   #4023
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D46 is a former expressway without emergency lanes and with other substandard parametrs, so it is not sutiable for transit traffic. All maintenance and repair works require lane closures so there is no sufficient capacity for any road works. Therefore D1 is needed in long term in any way...
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Old September 10th, 2019, 03:13 PM   #4024
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So why was D46 classified as a motorway several years ago if it doesn't meet the requirements?
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Old September 10th, 2019, 06:28 PM   #4025
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About the D1/D46 - why on earth didn't they just rebuild the D46/D35 to cope with the transit traffic on D1 and leave it at that? It seems that trying to build a whole new D1 has taken a huge amount of time for no real advantage.
The region deserves two motorways anyway. It has quite high population density and several cities. Zlín and Olomouc are regional capitals (Krajské město) that need very fast connection for the people from the region and to the rest of the country.

Also the D1 and D49, D55 planning follows plans made long ago during the federation times with Slovakia, there were changes necessary, but it would not be so easy to scrap everything. It would be quite difficult to zone everything anew. There are many places with construction closures. It's not like these processes ever went fast in CZ.

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Old September 10th, 2019, 07:45 PM   #4026
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So why was D46 classified as a motorway several years ago if it doesn't meet the requirements?
I think the major rededication action was just for political reasons.
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Old September 11th, 2019, 08:52 AM   #4027
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So why was D46 classified as a motorway several years ago if it doesn't meet the requirements?
As MichiH stated it was mostly for political reasons. But one of the arguments was also to keep this road under administration of the ministry and not transport department of regional office.
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Old September 11th, 2019, 11:25 AM   #4028
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So only motorways are under administration of the ministry? Is there no such thing as "national roads"?

I thought the reform was supposed to clear the situation with road classification based on their technical parameters...
I think the reason to classify D46 as motorway was to keep collecting tolls. :P
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Old September 11th, 2019, 11:43 AM   #4029
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I think that in nearer or further future, D46 is gonna be expanded by hard shoulder or even to 2x3 with h.sh.
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Old September 11th, 2019, 12:37 PM   #4030
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So only motorways are under administration of the ministry? Is there no such thing as "national roads"?

I thought the reform was supposed to clear the situation with road classification based on their technical parameters...
I think the reason to classify D46 as motorway was to keep collecting tolls. :P
We have two types of administration - management of property (execution of ownership) and official state administration (execution of state power).

The first one in terms of ownership is executed by state-owned company ŘSD (roads and motorways directorate) on motorways and primary (1st class) roads.

Regarding the performance of state administration (permission-granting authorities), only motorways are being administrated by purely government-ruled office - the Ministry of Transport with consent of Ministry of Interior in terms of road safety. Primary roads are administrated by regional authorities (krajské úřady) under the joint model of public administration (the power of state authority is executed by employees of regional office owned and governed by region and not by the state) and all that with the consent of the regional Police authority.

There was a pressure to keep D46 under the influence of the MoT at least until the D1 is complete. But then it has been decided to reconstruct/modernise the D46 to a proper motorway in the future. The toll collection plays a very marginal role in this decision...
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Old September 11th, 2019, 08:53 PM   #4031
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I think that in nearer or further future, D46 is gonna be expanded by hard shoulder or even to 2x3 with h.sh.
D46 is continuously being improved. Being it the surface or safety measures.

The latest improvement was adding joining lanes to this interchange at Olšany u Přerova.
https://www.rsd.cz/wps/portal/web/rs...4-27f75903b190

They should start with the upgrade of another two D46 interchanges next year.



But I don't think that upgrades to hard shoulders or even 3 lanes are really being even considered.
https://www.denik.cz/regiony/konec-o...-20190910.html



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Old September 11th, 2019, 10:25 PM   #4032
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Being a motorway, D46 creates the feel that you on continous motorway from Brno to Ostrava, the only thing that you notice is the lack of hard shoulders and maybe short deceleration and acceleration lanes. Something like that also appears on some German Autobahns.

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Old September 12th, 2019, 06:18 AM   #4033
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D46 was previously an expressway, this can be seen almost on every kilometer of this road.
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I agree, but it still had and has a better feel than some other european motorways, for example green motorway (raccordo autostradale) Firenze-Siena
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Old September 12th, 2019, 10:19 AM   #4035
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I agree, but it still had and has a better feel than some other european motorways, for example green motorway (raccordo autostradale) Firenze-Siena
It is not hard to beat some of the absolute shite that Italians proudly call 'a motorway' .

But is it safe at the standard motorway speed limit or should it be limited to perhaps 110kph instead. ?
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Old September 12th, 2019, 10:55 AM   #4036
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It is not hard to beat some of the absolute shite that Italians proudly call 'a motorway' .

But is it safe at the standard motorway speed limit or should it be limited to perhaps 110kph instead. ?
You really hold a grudge against Italy, don't you?
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It is not hard to beat some of the absolute shite that Italians proudly call 'a motorway' .

But is it safe at the standard motorway speed limit or should it be limited to perhaps 110kph instead. ?
Yeah, indeed Firenze-Siena is limited to 90 km/h.

D46 is safe at 110 km/h and therefore is limited to 110 or 90 km/h at some sections. However, there is a part with 130 km/h speed limit just because of politics...
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Old September 12th, 2019, 05:14 PM   #4038
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But I don't think that upgrades to hard shoulders or even 3 lanes are really being even considered.

I guess once (if) D1 is continuous, then this is not that urgent anymore.
Resp. once D1 is done, upgrades could be done w/o causing so much impact as these works caused now..
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D52 Mikulov bypass

ŘSD has published a new visualisation of D52 motorway section at the border with Austria:
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Old September 17th, 2019, 07:30 PM   #4040
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I can't wait when this section will be build.
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