Mladá Boleslav: The North-Eastern tangential trunk road opens for traffic
November 13, 2015
The new North-Eastern tangential trunk road, which will allow faster passage through the town from the Bondy centre and the bus station towards the R10 expressway, was ceremoniously opened on Wednesday, 11 November.
The opening was attended by the Minister of Industry and Trade Jan Mládek, the Central Bohemian Regional Commissioner Miloš Petera, Chairman of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic Jan Hamáček, member of the board of directors of Škoda Auto Bohdan Wojnar, the contractor's representatives and other institutions. The town was represented by the mayor's deputies Jiří Bouška and Daniel Marek.
Customer: Central Bohemian Region, Vodovody a kanalizace Mladá Boleslav
Financed by: SFDI, VaK MB
Designer: Ing. Jindřich Jirák, CR Project
Contractor: SVT MB consortium (COLAS CZ, a.s., Metrostav a.s., H-INTES s.r.o.)
Investor's technical surveillance: Pragoprojekt, a.s.
Price of construction: CZK 234.46 million (of which SČK CZK 224.1 million and VaK MB CZK 10.36 million)
Start of the construction: November 2012
Opening for service: November 2015
Number of building objects: 36 (roads, relocation of a railway line, including a siding, relocation of the Zalužany watercourse, a road and railway bridge, retaining walls, sewerage system, water supply lines, relocation of sewer DN 1400, relocation of heat pipeline, HP gas pipeline, communication lines, LV networks, public lighting, fencing, landscaping, etc.)
Length of the road: 1.49 km plus a roundabout
Width of the road, including a cycle path and pavements: 28.3 m (four-lane), 13.8 m (from the railway crossing to the end of the work)
Length of relocated part of the railway line: 0.897 km
The North-Eastern tangential trunk road runs from the Bondy centre and the bus station between the old and new Škoda centres, parallel with the Jičín railway line to the shopping centre on the east side of the town, where it connects to a roundabout and the R10 expressway. It will ease traffic on other busy roads in the area, especially in Jičínská St. and T. G. Masarykova Ave.