Budimex is constructing a bridge over the Regalica River for the State Water Holding Polish Waters. The scope of works includes the construction of a crossing in a new track, in the vicinity of the current bridge. The crossing consists of two steel, three-span truss structures, for each of the tracks separately, set on common abutments and pillars. The bridge structure was erected 6.2 m above the high water level. The old building was almost completely demolished, only the drawbridge span entered in the register of monuments and its immediate surroundings were preserved. The entire track layout of the station has been moved to the south, the location of the turnout heads has changed, and the geometric layout will be adapted to the terrain conditions. As part of the investment, Budimex has built approx. 12 km of new tracks, adapted to the required speeds and load capacity. All the built tracks are electrified, and a new overhead contact line has been hung that meets the required standards. A modern, electronic railway traffic control system will also be built, replacing the current mechanical devices. The construction of 25 new turnouts is planned, including arch turnouts at the line leading towards the bridge and to include railway line No. 428 in the track system of the station.
A new, two-edge platform at the Szczecin Podjuchy station, 400 m long, and a new signal box building – replacing the current 2 – as well as an underground passage with a roof and elevators – were also built. As part of the construction works, a new railway viaduct was built in the immediate vicinity of the bridge over ul. Glass.
The aim of the investment is to increase the freedom of inland navigation while ensuring the continuity of rail traffic along railway line No. 273. The construction of the bridge over the Regalica River is one of the largest infrastructure investments in the province. West Pomerania.

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Bridge over the Regalica River in Szczecin


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PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe SA.


282 mln PLN