Tender announced for the construction of the central mainline railway of Poland

The Polish railway company PKP has announced two tenders for a total of PLN 246 million (EUR 54.2 million) to modernize more than 200 km of tracks on the Central Mainline Railway (CMK) and replace traction on the Radom – Tomaszow Mazowiecki line.

Tender announced for the construction of the central mainline railway of Poland
Picture: PKP PLK SA

The tender for 200 million zlotys (44 million euros) covers construction work on the Grodzisk-Mazowiecki – Zawiercie section. The project involves the implementation of track and traction works on the 220 km section. Cleaning of rails, sleepers and ballast is provided for unhindered passage at selected points. Completion of the track works is scheduled for 2023. The work is coordinated with other tasks being implemented and planned for the CMK. This is reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to Railway Pro.

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The tender is part of the second stage of modernization of the railway line No. 4 – the Central Mainline Railway.

The second tender is valued at 46 million zlotys (10.1 million euros) and covers the traction network between Radom and Tomaszów Mazowiecki on the line connecting the Mazovian Voivodeship and the Lodz Voivodeship.

The project, covering two tenders, is scheduled to begin in 2022 and complete in 2023. When the work is completed, freight trains will run at a speed of 120 km/h. The work is a continuation of the work already done.

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