Upgrade of Route (ABS) 48, Geltendorf – Lindau, VE 06 Hergatz – Lindau
For the line upgrade Munich - Lindau EUROPTEN was contracted to install the overhead line system at the track section from Hergatz to Lindau. By closing the electrification gap of the last track section between Hergatz and Lindau trains will soon be able to run with electric traction from Munich to the Allgäu region.
Upgrade of Route (ABS) 48, Geltendorf – Lindau, VE 01 Geltendorf (e) – Buchloe (e), Lot 1.2
The electrification and upgrading of the track section from Munich via Memmingen to Lindau creates a modern transportation service for the Allgäu region and the connection between the two European metropoles Munich and Zurich.
EUROPTEN has taken on the planning and the entire construction of the overhead line system for the western Höllentalbahn (Hell Valley Railway) line, i.e. line 4300 W, from Freiburg main station to Neustadt station.
In September 2016 the Swiss railway company Zentralbahn awarded EUROPTEN Schweiz AG the contract to construct the overhead line in the rail section from Sachseln to Giswil. The track was completely closed for these works from kilometers 23.3 to 29. During this complete closure of the track 3.9 km of catenary and 750 metres of rail tracks had to be removed and rebuild. This required a close coordination with the track construction company.
On 15 April 2017, Holy Saturday, two trains collided at Meidling railway station at 4.30 p.m. and damaged the overhead line system. With the commitment and effort of the EUROPTEN team operation of the railway traffic was restored quickly.
To facilitate freight and passenger traffic the Pottendorf Line will be completely upgraded between Wiener Neustadt and Vienna Meidling. In January 2017 EUROPTEN was commissioned to carry out the pole setting and overhead line works between Hennersdorf station and Achau railway station (construction section 1).
Esbjerg – Lunderskov is the first section of the Danish Electrification Programme which aims at electrifying approximately 1,300 km of railway tracks by 2026. Since the middle of 2016 EUROPTEN has supported this project as a subcontractor for overhead line installations.
Master Agreements with Austrian Federal Railways on the Installation of Overhead Line Systems
ÖBB Infrastruktur AG has divided its railway track system into 8 regions and has concluded separate master agreements for each of these regions to ensure that any site clearance, ancillary construction work or repair work can be carried out on short notice.
FART SA, based in Locarno, Switzerland, operates the narrow-gauge railway, with a gauge of one meter, from Locarno in the canton of Ticino through Centovalli to the Swiss border in Ribellasca, Italy. The catenary system is a maintenance-intensive catenary system that dates back to the 1950s.
The Three Lakes Railway (line 4301) diverges from the Höllental railway (line 4300) at Titisee station. It runs as a branch line to Seebrugg station and ends there at kilometer 19,810. The entire system will be renewed by European Trans Energy GmbH from April to June 2016.
After the Gotthard Tunnel the Ceneri Base Tunnel is the second biggest tunnel building project of the ‘New Railway Link through the Alps’ (NRLA) in Switzerland. This route is aiming at improving the rail transit traffic from north to south and at shifting goods traffic from road to rail.
The project ‘Erding Ring Closure (Erdinger Ringschluss) – Improving the Rail Connection to Munich Airport’ is aiming for improving the rail connection of the Munich Airport and for connecting the airport not only with suburban railways (S-Bahn) but also regional railways.
Tullnerfeld station connects the new line from Vienna to St. Pölten to the existing line from Tulln to Herzogenburg. This section will provide sufficient capacities for freight transport and faster intervals for passenger transport.
RAIL NODE ROSSLAU – DESSAU, 2nd CONSTRUCTION PHASE
The projects ‘Section 4, Coswig‘ and ‘Section 6, Rosslau Goods Station, Construction Phase 4’ include restructures of rail systems between Coswig and Piesteritz and a restructure of the Rosslau Goods Station (construction phase 4).
380 KV LINE FROM ALTENFELD SUBSTATION TO BAVARIAN STATE BORDER
The South-West Interconnector, also known as the ‘Thuringian power bridge’, is a 380 kV overhead line constructed by 50Hertz in three sections between Bad Lauchstädt (Saxony-Anhalt) and Redwitz (Bavaria).