Ředitelství silnic a dálnic (Czech Directorate of Roads and Motorways)
Main building designer
Construction period
August 2008 – 2010
Activities undertaken

technical study, construction notification document, construction tender dossier, implementation documents, coordination, author and technical supervision

Construction cost
approx. CZK 1.1 billion

The subject of the work is reconstruction of the oldest stretch of the Prague ring road between two-level crossroads at Slivenec and Třebonice. The full road surface was replaced in the 7.2-km-long reconstruction. Cement-concrete cover will be used on most of the road section instead of the original asphalt cover. At the same time, the proposed components were adapted to meet the latest standards as much as possible (modification of lateral slopes, modification of lengths and widths of merging lanes and turning lanes of two-level crossroads, replacement and completion of crash barriers). The construction also included the repair of branches of adjacent two-level crossroads, repair of sewer systems, completion of lighting system on the ring road, installation of line traffic signs and information portals, and completion of the Prague ring road information system – interconnection of Mirošovice and Rudná motorway management and maintenance centres.

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