The high-speed connection between Prague and Dresden shall connect north and south European harbours and make it possible to shift cargo from overloaded motorways onto the railway. This is what the Czech transport minister Vladimír Kremlík agreed on with his Saxon counterpart Martin Dulig.
There is a new opportunity for research organisations, businesses and other entities to get funding for their research projects that will bring new solutions, concepts, technological practices and services with added value for the transportation sector and with economic benefits. On June 12, 2019 the Czech Technology Agency (TA ČR) announced its first public competition under the Ministry of Transport programme DOPRAVA 2020+.
The State Fund for Transport Infrastructure (SFDI) is preparing digital motorway coupons from 2021. The fund head Zbyněk Hořelica informed the transport minister Vladimír Kremlík about this. SFDI also started processing requests from regions to fund category II and III roads and is working on the budget for the next year.
The waterways concept and the use of waterways for passenger and freight transport, extension of navigation on Elbe to Pardubice and the state of construction of the Děčín navigation section. These were the topics the transport minister Vladimír Kremlík was discussing during his visit to the Waterways head office (ŘVC). Minister Kremlík met the head Lubomír Fojtů and the management of this organisation for the development of the waterways infrastructure in the Czech Republic. They also visited the site of the ongoing modernisation of the lock chamber on the Prague island of Štvanice.
Preparation of transport infrastructure projects funding from European funds after 2020, better collection of outstanding toll and preparation of high-speed rail lines connecting Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. These were the topics for the meeting between the V4 transport ministers in Bratislava.Slovakia and Hungary. These were the topics for the meeting between the V4 transport ministers in Bratislava.
Construction of the first high-speed rail lines from Prague-Běchovic to Poříčany and from Přerov to Ostrava shall start in 2025. One billion Czech crows is invested in upgrades of railway stations in 2019. These were the topics the transport minister Vladimír Kremlík was discussing with the head of the railway administration organisation SŽDC Jiří Svoboda today.