A car was crushed at the construction site of the longest D1 highway tunnel.
A very complicated stretch of highway finally gets a contract acceptable to all involved parties.
Construction works to extend a road close to Bratislava started on April 1, to last for eight months, and limiting the number of lanes available on the highway.
Future financing of highway construction remains in question.
The road costing €239 million is expected to help both the town and the region.
It should be possible to drive along the whole road by October 2018 at the latest.
The stretch is supposed to improve north-south traffic flow.
In the upcoming days, Transport Minister Árpád Érsek is to sign the construction of the D3 highway section that will be as expensive as building a tunnel. He dismisses cartel suspicion and argues that nobody…
The companies were fined in 2006 for making a deal concerning highway construction.
The traffic jams that drivers witness every day when entering Bratislava via the D1 will get worse before they get better.
The completion of the Svrčinovec-Skalité D3 highway stretch has been delayed by six months.
The Supreme Audit Office (NKÚ) will review the construction of the D1 crossroad Triblavina and its changed design.
After the Bratislava city councillors did not approve the sale and rental of plots to the National Highway Company (NDS) under the capital’s ring-road, the latter continues to expropriate them.
Robert Auxt is finished as National Highway Company (NDS) head, with a recently appointed Transport Minister Arpád Érsek (Most-Híd) dismissing him from his post.
The study evaluated proposed variants for the D1 stretch Turany-Hubová.
This includes mostly the payments for distributing and printing traditional highway stickers.