логотип компании
home Sitemapsitemap
Русский Jan 20, 2019 17:13
Latest news
Jan 10, 2019
Passenger numbers on the infrastructure owned by Russian Railways increased by 3.4% in 2018
Jan 10, 2019
Freight loading volumes on Russian Railways network increased by 2.2% in 2018
Dec 26, 2018
Moscow – Nice timetable in Italy to change from 27 December 2018
Dec 26, 2018
Serbia and Russian Railways to expand cooperation
Dec 22, 2018
Moscow – Odintsovo in just 21 minutes on new city train
Dec 18, 2018
“The importance of energy saving encourages transport companies to introduce new technologies,” says Head of Russian Railways Oleg Belozerov
News archive
Press Centre


Dec 02, 2016

RZD Holding to complete the reconstruction of Bujanovac - Bukarevac stretch in Serbia ahead of schedule


RZD International Ltd., a subsidiary of Russian Railways, has completed work on the Bujanovac - Bukarevats stretch in Serbia, which is the first of the three southern stretches on the X Trans-European Transport Corridor.

The reconstruction of the 14-kilometre Bujanovac - Bukarevats stretch was completed one month ahead of the schedule agreed in the contractual terms.

During the work, the lower and upper track was completely replaced, 5 switch assemblies laid, 13 railway crossings reconstructed and two stations reconstructed. In addition, low platforms, a drainage system, the contact network and control and communication systems were reconstructed.

As a result of the reconstruction, train speeds increased to 120 kph.

For the first time in Serbia, a model for the construction and installation work was used which involved a regime of 36-hour technological windows. This avoided cancelling completely train services.

In addition, during the period of peak traffic from mid-June to late August, passenger services continued without any interruptions.

RZD International continues its work on the reconstruction of the Vinarci - Đurđevo line, while work on the Vranjska Banja - Ristovac stretch is scheduled to be completed in the near future.

The cost of the construction and modernisation project on the three southern sections of Corridor X is more than USD 38 million and is being finance by a Russian government credit.

The X Trans-European Transport Corridor runs from north to south through Salzburg, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Belgrade, Niš, Skopje, Veles and Thessaloniki.

back to List print version

© 2003-2019, Russian Railways
Mass Media Registration Certificate El. No. ФС77-25927
When using any material from the site reference to rzd.ru is obligatory

The Company | Passengers | Freight | Press Centre | Investor Relations | Contacts | Search