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Kraków Bridge, Poland

The E30 railway line is an important passenger and freight route, and part of the pan-European transport corridor that connects Ukraine with Poland and Western Europe.

As part of a wider investment programme, the line between the Kraków Główny and Kraków Płaszów stations was earmarked for modernisation to bring it up to international standards. Additional tracks were built and new stops, bridges and viaducts were constructed.

Macalloy contributed to the building of a three-span, network arch bridge, which was a key component of the project.

Our distributor, BBR Polska, supplied Macalloy 460 system in M76, M85 & M90 diameters. To ensure the system performed under high fatigue, our technical department designed special fittings and the system was successfully tested by the Railway Institute in Warsaw.

Year

2020

Location

Krakow

Country

Poland

Architect

Bogusław Pilujski + team (Strabag)

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